K7b The genomic history of southeastern Europe (Dodecad K7b)

Target: Carlos
Distance: 0.8959% / 0.89587801 | ADC: 0.25x
43.6Malak_Preslavets

32.0Balkans_BronzeAge

14.4Balkans_BronzeAge

10.0Balkans_BronzeAge


Distance to:Carlos
8.37822177Balkans_BronzeAge:I4331_Croatia_EMBA
8.42443470Malak_Preslavets:I1113_Balkans_MP_Neolithic
8.93176354Balkans_BronzeAge:I2165_Bulgaria_EBA
9.04490464Trypillia:I3151_Trypillia
9.15888640Balkans_BronzeAge:Bul8_Bulgaria_Beli_Breyag_EBA
9.21613802Balkans_BronzeAge:I4332__Croatia_EMBA
9.54698382Balkans_BronzeAge:I2520_Bulgaria_BA
9.56618001Balkans_Chalcolithic_outlier:I2181_Bulgaria_Late_Chalcolithic1
10.21329036Balkans_BronzeAge:I3313_Croatia_LBA
 
Target: Carlos
Distance: 0.8959% / 0.89587801 | ADC: 0.25x
43.6Malak_Preslavets:I1113_Balkans_MP_Neolithic

32.0Balkans_BronzeAge:I4331_Croatia_EMBA

14.4Balkans_BronzeAge:I2165_Bulgaria_EBA

10.0Balkans_BronzeAge:Bul8_Bulgaria_Beli_Breyag_EBA


Malak Preslavets (10 individuals)The site of Malak Preslavets lies on the Northeast shore of Lake Malak Preslavets, less than200 meters from the right bank of the River Danube. It was partially excavated in 1985–1986,the unexcavated portion of the site having since become submerged.6 The pottery and boneartifact assemblages, for the most part, are characteristic of the Criș culture, although someceramic vessel types of the ‘Middle’ Neolithic Dudeşti culture were also identified.Nineteen human burials were found on the edge of the settlement, and included both adultsand children.7 The dominant burial position was crouched or flexed on the right or left side,which is characteristic of the Early-Middle Neolithic in the Lower Danube Valley and acrossmuch of Southeast Europe.Published accounts of the excavation provide very little information about the subsistencebase of the Neolithic occupation. There is mention of carbonized seeds from cultivated andwild plants (recovered by flotation), mainly from the settlement area. A few animal bones and“large amounts of shells” of freshwater mussels were also found in some of the burials.6Presumably, faunal remains were also recovered from the settlement area, but few data (otherthan information about the presence of bone tools) are available.

• I1113 / MP3 burial 7A twenty-year-old female buried crouched on the left side, with head to south/southwest.Legs pulled up, hands in front of the face

Veliki Vanik burial mound is located near the town of Vrgorac in Split-Dalmatia County insouthern Croatia. The mound is made of rock and soil deposit with a circular base of 20 m indiameter and a relative height of 3.5 m. It was partly destroyed during the Early ModernPeriod when the stone drywall was erected and some of the rock material was harvested fromthe site. Three Bronze Age graves - one in the shape of a stone coffin and two inhumations inplain soil - containing the remains of five individuals were explored during the rescueexcavations. Radiocarbon dates and preserved artifacts (hair ornament made of coiled copperwire and fragments of pottery) date these burials to the Early/Middle Bronze Age.

• I4331 / VV1Poorly preserved subadult (5-7 years).

Merichleri – Kairyaka Necropolis (2 individuals)Merichleri village (Haskovo province) was known historically for the discovery of Greek andRoman tombs. Recently, seven graves from the Early and Middle Bronze Age period werediscovered in excavations carried out in a tumulus (burial mound I, excavated in 2012,http://fix.haskovomuseum.com). The site is on a hill (altitude 210 m) on the west bank of theMaritsa River, 3 km south from Merichler. The mound is 2 m high, 32 m in diameter, spansthree separate periods, and contains seven burials.

I2165 / Merich 4 (Individual 6)Adult male at the center of the first heap at a depth of 2,76 - 2,86 cm, just below Individual 4(a child, buried with the head to west and legs bent at the knees). These two individuals areburied in a small pit, under the level of the ancient terrain. Individual 6 is buried with the headto the East and legs bent at the knees. Near its right arm were found a small askoi and a stoneball. Traces of red ochre were found on the skull.

Beli Breyag (2 individuals)The Beli Breyag site (Radnevo region, South-East Bulgaria) is part of an EBA barrownecropolis consisting of at least 5 barrows. Barrow 5 was investigated in 2015.3 Part of it hadbeen destroyed before the excavations. Three features were discovered in the remainingsection; feature 1 – interpreted as a symbolic grave, features 2/1 and 2/2 – two graves placedone above the other and feature 3 – double grave containing the two sampled individuals. Theprimary feature is 2/2 and the rest of the graves are secondary.

• Bul8 / Barrow 5, Structure 3, Individual 2Male 50-55 yrs. ~67kg.
 
Using the latest data ......................................huge gap between the top 3 and the others

Distance to:TorzioK7
1.61043472Balkans_BronzeAge:I3313_Croatia_LBA
2.24486080Balkans_BronzeAge:I4332__Croatia_EMBA
2.73038459Balkans_BronzeAge:I4331_Croatia_EMBA
5.03334879Balkans_BronzeAge:I2165_Bulgaria_EBA
6.72892265Vucedol:I3499_Croatia_Vucedol
11.16777955Balkans_BronzeAge:Bul10_Bulgaria_Ezero_EBA
11.92163999Balkans_BronzeAge:I2520_Bulgaria_BA
12.85593637Balkans_BronzeAge:I2176_Bulgaria_EBA
13.77177912Varna:ANI160_Bulgaria_Varna_Eneolithic2
13.83997832Balkans_BronzeAge:I2175_Bulgaria_EBA
13.87772316Balkans_BronzeAge:Bul6_Bulgaria_Beli_Breyag_EBA
15.46362829Balkans_Chalcolithic_outlier:I2181_Bulgaria_Late_Chalcolithic1
15.65704634Balkans_Neolithic:I0706_Balkans_Dzhulyunitsa_Neolithic
15.85693539Yamnaya_Bulgaria:Bul4_Yamnaya_Bulgaria_outlier
15.94403337Balkans_BronzeAge:Bul8_Bulgaria_Beli_Breyag_EBA
16.61104753Malak_Preslavets:I1295_Balkans_MP_Neolithic
17.27598044Varna_outlier:ANI163_Bulgaria_Varna_Eneolithic3
17.69028264Trypillia:I2111_Trypillia
17.85719743Trypillia:I3151_Trypillia
18.31720230Balkans_IronAge:I5769_Bulgaria_IA
18.79303328Vucedol:I4175_Croatia_Vucedol
18.81389646Malak_Preslavets:I1113_Balkans_MP_Neolithic
20.29271544Trypillia:I2110_Trypillia
20.44210116Balkans_Chalcolithic:I2425_Bulgaria_Late_Chalcolithic
20.86919021Trypillia:I1926_Trypillia





Target: TorzioK7
Distance: 0.8389% / 0.83894435 | ADC: 0.25x
92.0Balkans_BronzeAge
8.0Yamnaya_Bulgaria
 
Here are averages for the samples:

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Code:
Balkans_BA,0.674166667,12.9275,0.289166667,1.248333333,29.42916667,55.19916667,0.229166667
Balkans_Chalcolithic,0,8.375714286,0.011428571,0.577857143,48.30357143,42.67642857,0.055
Balkans_Chalcolithic_outlier:I2181_Bulgaria_Late_Chalcolithic1,0,10.88,0,0.37,20.37,68.37,0
Balkans_IronAge:I5769_Bulgaria_IA,0,19.78,0,0.28,38.05,41.89,0
Balkans_Neolithic,0,6.405,0.015,0.541666667,52.85208333,40.02791667,0.15625
Globular_Amphora,0.024444444,0,0.032222222,0.78,35.61111111,63.44333333,0.108888889
Iron_Gates_HG,0.29,0.001,1.06475,2.547,0.001,95.85525,0.23975
Iron_Gates_HG_outlier:I5232_Iron_Gates_HG_outlier,0,0,0.89,1.42,21.12,76.56,0
Krepost_Neolithic:I0679_d_Balkans_Krepost_Neolithic,0,27.45,0,0.99,44.19,27.37,0
Latvia_HG,0.8075,0.00875,2.121875,2.8375,0.00875,94.134375,0.078125
Latvia_LN:I4629_Latvia_LN_CW,5.3,24.33,1.99,0.52,0,67.86,0
Latvia_MN,3.642,0.308,6.414,1.116,0,88.518,0
LBK_Austria,0.0025,4.87,0.0325,1.25375,50.55875,43.21625,0.06875
Malak_Preslavets,0.018888889,2.738888889,0.003333333,0.96,41.07555556,55.12555556,0.078888889
Peloponnese_Neolithic,0,14.855,0,1.118333333,52.15,31.74666667,0.133333333
Romania_HG:I2534_Romania_Neolithic_Mesolithic,0.4,0,3.06,1.43,0,95.11,0
Trypillia,0.63,3.02,0,0.53,37.5875,58.2325,0
Ukraine_Eneolithic,3.14,7.925,2.2575,1.105,2.1075,83.4625,0.0025
Ukraine_Mesolithic,2.422857143,0.002857143,4.537142857,6.005714286,0.002857143,86.96857143,0.061428571
Ukraine_Neolithic,2.381071429,0,3.71,1.132857143,0,92.4075,0.368214286
Ukraine_Neolithic_outlier:I3719_Ukraine_Neolithic_outlier,0,8.11,0,0.29,53.57,38.02,0
Varna,1.4575,10.47,0,0.115,42.5,44.2625,1.1975
Varna_outlier:ANI163_Bulgaria_Varna_Eneolithic3,1.25,16.07,0.15,0.37,14.19,67.97,0
Vucedol,0.146666667,17.56666667,0.39,0.38,30.22,51.18333333,0.113333333
WHG:BerryAuBac,0.71,0,2.32,3.22,0,93.74,0
WHG:I1875_Croatia_Mesolithic_HG,0.79,0,0.24,1.01,0,97.81,0.16
WHG:I2158_OrienteC_HG,0,0,2.89,0.4,0,96.71,0
Yamnaya_Bulgaria:Bul4_Yamnaya_Bulgaria_outlier,2.23,27.32,0.08,1.25,13.98,54.94,0.21
Yamnaya_Ukraine,4.045,30.825,4.35,0.835,0,59.94,0
Yamnaya_Ukraine_outlier:I1917_Yamnaya_Ukraine_Ozera,3.57,42.83,1.87,1.68,6.23,43.83,0
 
11.22001386Vucedol
11.34625048Balkans_IronAge:I5769_Bulgaria_IA
17.34465083Balkans_BA
18.70467589Yamnaya_Bulgaria:Bul4_Yamnaya_Bulgaria_outlier
20.82859198Varna
22.71563779Krepost_Neolithic:I0679_d_Balkans_Krepost_Neolithic
26.33882015Balkans_Chalcolithic
28.46696528Trypillia
28.54983538Yamnaya_Ukraine_outlier:I1917_Yamnaya_Ukraine_Ozera
28.60214675Malak_Preslavets
28.65522262Peloponnese_Neolithic
29.83975871Varna_outlier:ANI163_Bulgaria_Varna_Eneolithic3
29.91899564Balkans_Chalcolithic_outlier:I2181_Bulgaria_Late_Chalcolithic1
30.38662319LBK_Austria
31.14048651Ukraine_Neolithic_outlier:I3719_Ukraine_Neolithic_outlier
31.29159739Balkans_Neolithic
33.21173762Globular_Amphora
33.89062223Yamnaya_Ukraine
37.93850814Latvia_LN:I4629_Latvia_LN_CW
42.44223486Iron_Gates_HG_outlier:I5232_Iron_Gates_HG_outlier
51.17237805Ukraine_Eneolithic
58.51813978Ukraine_Mesolithic
59.46742372Latvia_MN
62.26300201Ukraine_Neolithic
63.26366493WHG:BerryAuBac
63.54050129Latvia_HG
64.30376972Romania_HG:I2534_Romania_Neolithic_Mesolithic
64.86317172Iron_Gates_HG
65.55228753WHG:I2158_OrienteC_HG
66.38347159WHG:I1875_Croatia_Mesolithic_HG
 
Jovialis post #44 - Averages

Distance to:Duarte
7.55720710Balkans_BA
12.49553165Vucedol
14.16377819Trypillia
15.14333187Balkans_Chalcolithic_outlier:I2181_Bulgaria_Late_Chalcolithic1
15.78286850Globular_Amphora
16.88560725Malak_Preslavets
19.57955566Varna_outlier:ANI163_Bulgaria_Varna_Eneolithic3
21.15226451Varna
22.38557571Balkans_IronAge:I5769_Bulgaria_IA
23.11962586Yamnaya_Bulgaria:Bul4_Yamnaya_Bulgaria_outlier
23.44424663Iron_Gates_HG_outlier:I5232_Iron_Gates_HG_outlier
26.42912444Balkans_Chalcolithic
28.20531100LBK_Austria
31.66271256Balkans_Neolithic
33.28845295Ukraine_Neolithic_outlier:I3719_Ukraine_Neolithic_outlier
33.88553379Latvia_LN:I4629_Latvia_LN_CW
35.63534587Yamnaya_Ukraine
36.42162155Peloponnese_Neolithic
37.20281004Ukraine_Eneolithic
39.06973253Krepost_Neolithic:I0679_d_Balkans_Krepost_Neolithic
41.87230620Ukraine_Mesolithic
41.97747610Yamnaya_Ukraine_outlier:I1917_Yamnaya_Ukraine_Ozera
43.63944001Latvia_MN
46.25147068Ukraine_Neolithic
46.96257553WHG:BerryAuBac

Dodecad k7b
Target: Duarte
Distance: 4.4007% / 4.40067413
46.4Ukraine_Mesolithic
42.2Peloponnese_Neolithic
11.4Krepost_Neolithic:I0679_d_Balkans_Krepost_Neolithic

Dodecad K7b
 
Target: Carlos
Distance: 0.3116% / 0.31159624
20.0WHG
16.0LBK_Austria
10.6Krepost_Neolithic
10.6Vucedol
10.4Iron_Gates_HG_outlier
8.4Iron_Gates_HG
6.4Peloponnese_Neolithic
5.2Balkans_IronAge
5.0Balkans_Chalcolithic_outlier
3.0Globular_Amphora
2.8Malak_Preslavets
1.6Yamnaya_Ukraine_outlier



Target: Carlos
Distance: 0.3055% / 0.30549434
19.6WHG:BerryAuBac
14.8LBK_Austria
12.0Vucedol
11.4Krepost_Neolithic:I0679_d_Balkans_Krepost_Neolithic
10.2Iron_Gates_HG
8.2Iron_Gates_HG_outlier:I5232_Iron_Gates_HG_outlier
5.8Balkans_IronAge:I5769_Bulgaria_IA
5.6Malak_Preslavets
5.0Peloponnese_Neolithic
3.2Globular_Amphora
2.8Balkans_Chalcolithic_outlier:I2181_Bulgaria_Late_Chalcolithic1
1.2Yamnaya_Ukraine_outlier:I1917_Yamnaya_Ukraine_Ozera
0.2Balkans_BA


Distance to:Carlos
8.22304764Balkans_BA
9.56618001Balkans_Chalcolithic_outlier:I2181_Bulgaria_Late_Chalcolithic1
12.62919961Globular_Amphora
12.82845129Trypillia
14.19882664Vucedol
15.93388528Varna_outlier:ANI163_Bulgaria_Varna_Eneolithic3
16.89981226Malak_Preslavets
18.15125891Iron_Gates_HG_outlier:I5232_Iron_Gates_HG_outlier
23.63900167Yamnaya_Bulgaria:Bul4_Yamnaya_Bulgaria_outlier
23.70057581Varna
25.36611716Balkans_IronAge:I5769_Bulgaria_IA
 
Post 24 Results: Credit to Jovialis

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Post 34 Results: Credit to Jovialis

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All in all, both sets of data give pretty close results. The small differences are inconsequential.

Edit: Now that I think of it... How can just reorganizing the same data change the results? :unsure: From what I see the "singles" tab had minor changes. Not sure how that happened since both Jovialis post 24 and 34 should use the same data? Correct?
 

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