Two unusual graves of the late medieval period from the bakhchisaray district of the

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page 293 in this russian article

https://www.archaeolog.ru/media/ksia/ksia-256-redu.pdf


S. V. Sirotin, D. S. Bogachuk, A. A. Voloshinov, A. A. Tarasova, H. H. Mustafin, I. E. Alborova

TWO UNUSUAL GRAVES OF THE LATE MEDIEVAL PERIOD FROM THE BAKHCHISARAY DISTRICT OF THE REPUBLIC OF CRIMEA

Abstract. The paper reports on the studies of two unique collective graves found by the 2nd Bakhchisaray team of the Crimea expedition of the Institute of Archaeology, Russian Academy of Sciences, during the rescue and salvage excavations in the Bakhchisaray district of the Republic of Crimea in 2007. Collective graves of beheaded people were made in the southern skirt of a Bronze Age kurgan. The paper contains data of an anthropological study, genetic analysis as well as radiocarbon dating. The radiocarbon dates put the graves around the 14th–15th centuries.

5 samples were tested for Y-DNA:

1 - R1b1a(L754)
5 - R1a1a(M198)
6 - E1b1b1(M35.1)
22 - E1b1b1b2a1a(CTS4483) that is in e-m84 level :unsure:
23 - J


the place of remains:
https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Bakhchysarai

maybe has connection to Crimea khan after golden horde overlap in periods
https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Crimean_Khanate
https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Golden_Horde
 

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