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    It is going to be an exciting presentation on d DNA of east Baltic region. Y-DNA, mtDNA and genome-wide data on 81 individuals from Estonia, Latvia, Lithuania from Mesolithic to Bronze age.



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    mtDNA of 20 individuals late Mesolithic to late Neolithic in Estonia.


    Here we reconstructed the complete mitochondrial DNA of 20 individuals from different archaeological sites of Estonia covering the timespan from the Late Mesolithic to the Late Neolithic. By determining the haplogroups of the individuals, we show that the typical European hunter-gatherer maternal lineages are represented exclusively in all individuals from all sites until the
    Middle Neolithic. From the Late Neolithic on we see the inclusion of haplogroups that are linked to the Neolithic farming cultures in Central and South Eastern Europe. The results indicate a late arrival of people genetically associated to other early European farmers in Estonia with the Corded Ware culture

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    DNA of Vikings from burial sites at Saaremaa , Estonia'


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    mtDNA from archaeological sites in Finland. In future genome-wide analysis will be done.



    Here we use the ancient DNA approach together with statistic computational methods, to study skeletal remains from Finnish historical burial grounds. Our objectives are to resolve the historical relations of Finns with the neighboring populations, such as other Finno-Ugrians, and investigating the migration patterns over time. We also hope to address the local emergence of haplogroups associated with farmers in Europe, and the effect of this on the more archaic “hunter-gatherer” haplogroups in Finns. From the collections, Renko (13th to 19th century), Porvoo (16th to 18th century) and Hamina (18th century) 3-13 individuals are included in the aDNA study, respectively, as well as 20-35 Iron Age samples from Western Finland. All of the remains have undergone paleopathological and archaeological analyses. We proved the presence and satisfactory preservation of ancient mtDNA in Finnish bone material over the timespan of 1,500 years. Several complete mitochondrial genomes for each of the archeological collections studied were retrieved. The mitochondrial evidence is used, through continuity tests, to compare the ancient genetic structure of Finns with that of the modern Finns. In addition, by including modern nearby populations into analysis, it is possible to examine the past relations and possible patterns of migrations in historical Finland. Previously published aDNA data from other locations is used to estimate the order and timing of population changes in Finland over time.In the future we hope to include more ancient samples from Northeastern Europe and other parts of Finland, dating to the
    Iron Age, to further complete the historical timeline. Genome-wide nuclear DNA analysis is also planned for the samples well preserved.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Rugevit View Post
    It is going to be an exciting presentation on d DNA of east Baltic region. Y-DNA, mtDNA and genome-wide data on 81 individuals from Estonia, Latvia, Lithuania from Mesolithic to Bronze age.


    Cant wait.
    Hope someone leaks at least some info

    I still cant believe it is just 15 minutes. This deserves hours.

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    Quote Originally Posted by parastais View Post
    Cant wait.
    Hope someone leaks at least some info

    I still cant believe it is just 15 minutes. This deserves hours.
    I sent a message to person living in Vilnius I know. He hasn't replied. Probably, he doesn't check his emails regularly. The presentation deserves at least 4 hours long. I am hoping there will be a comprehensive paper released.

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    What's your guess about Y-chromosome markers in Lithuania-Latvia-Estonia during Mesolithic and Bronze age? I am guessing the common one is R1a1.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Rugevit View Post
    What's your guess about Y-chromosome markers in Lithuania-Latvia-Estonia during Mesolithic and Bronze age? I am guessing the common one is R1a1.
    My prediction is in order of appearance.
    I*, IJ* folk for earliest hunters from South West.
    R1a* folk for hunters from East.
    N* or N1c* for Comb Ceramics.
    (none of these is today in any significant portion in modern Baltics).
    R1a of non-Balto-Slavic type for Baltic Battle Axe.
    R1a of Z280+ down streams for later migrations.
    N1c1 of Baltic type as well as Baltic Finns type to appear after 1000 BCE.

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    Amazing news and new activity. New data from Baltic countries, especially before the Migration Period can be valuable. What I still keep dreaming of is auDna samples of those ancient West Finns because we need explanations for cultural transitions which can be seen in archaeology.
    Blog: http://terheninenmaa.blogspot.fi/, with essence "Believe me, or I'll nuke you".

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    I1 - Transdanubia 5000 BC

    Three simple facts about Finns:
    1. Baltic Finnic languages (including Finnish) never came from the Volga basin along with ancestors of present-day Finns.
    2. Finnish I1 (around 30% of all Finns) has Germanic roots from the late Bronze Age or the early Iron Age.
    3. As to the Finnish prehistory we have no evidences about any Iron Age (or later) east-to-west migration, but many unquestionable evidences about west-to-east migrations.

    Väinämöinen - R1a
    Lemminkäinen - I1
    Joukahainen - N

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    Quote Originally Posted by Tuohikirje View Post
    The site ..........
    Respect; only one other post their ydna on this thread.

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    So, it has just started. The Mittnik presentation.
    Come on attention seeking people in the conference!! Tweet the news!

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    No leaks yet anywhere?

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    No leaks yet anywhere? 😁
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