czu002
AU74343
Ancient
hg38 / GRCh38
N-F1206
U5a1b1
E11
雅库特 Yakut: 31.18%
鄂伦春 North Chinese Oroqen: 26.28%
傣族 South Chinese Dai: 12.47%
欧洲 European: 12.19%
印度 India: 9.66%
美洲 American: 5.46%
彝族 Southwest Chinese Yi: 2.76%

EastSeaK12
欧洲 European: 27.53%
傣族 Dai: 21.88%
蒙古·通古斯 Mongolian-Tungusic: 21.20%
日本 Japanese: 11.13%
美洲印第安人 Amerindian: 8.31%
藏族 Tibetan: 4.70%
柬埔寨 Cambodian: 2.69%
雅库特 Yakuts: 1.47%
非洲 African: 1.08%

K47
乌拉尔 Uralic: 24.37%
中南半岛 Indo-Chinese: 20.26%
阿穆尔-满洲 Amuro-Manchurian: 18.56%
西伯利亚 Siberian: 11.66%
东亚 East-Asian: 9.79%
东北亚 NE-Asian: 4.91%
西北印度 NW-Indian: 4.45%
安第斯 Andean: 3.75%
华南 South-Chinese: 1.70%
东欧 East-Euro: 0.54%

MichalK25
东亚 East Asian: 27.13%
乌拉尔 Uralic: 16.95%
东北亚 Northeast Asian: 16.63%
阿尔泰 Altaic: 11.80%
西伯利亚 Siberian: 8.14%
台湾原住民 Taiwanese Aboriginal: 6.53%
北美印第安人 North Amerindian: 3.87%
东北欧 Northeast European: 3.82%
北印度 North Indian: 2.16%
爱斯基摩人 Eskimoic: 1.99%
堪察加 Kamchatkan: 0.99%

K12b
西伯利亚 Siberian: 27.89%
东南亚 Southeast Asian: 25.77%
东亚 East Asian: 20.56%
格德罗西亚 Gedrosia: 9.70%
北欧 North European: 8.82%
高加索 Caucasus: 3.45%
撒哈拉以南非洲 Sub Saharan: 2.30%
东非 East African: 1.51%

puntDNAL
西伯利亚 Siberian: 48.12%
东欧亚 East Eurasian: 23.84%
欧洲狩猎采集者-大草原 EHG-Steppe: 12.25%
新石器时代伊朗 Iran Neolithic: 6.96%
美洲印第安人 Amerinidian: 4.61%
大洋洲 Oceanian: 4.24%

AncientNearEast13
西伯利亚 Siberian: 46.11%
东南亚 Southeast Asian: 31.66%
极地 Polar: 7.45%
欧洲狩猎采集者 EHG: 5.17%
斯堪的纳维亚-西欧狩猎采集者 SHG-WHG: 5.03%
高加索狩猎采集者-早期欧洲农人 CHG-EEF: 4.57%

ProjectLiK11
古代蒙古 Ancient Mongolia: 41.98%
东亚古台湾(汉本) Ancient Taiwan / Hanben: 16.88%
西欧亚古波斯 West Eurasian / Ancient Persia: 16.21%
美洲 American: 13.70%
安达曼 Andaman: 6.63%
尼泊尔古藏缅 Ancient Nepal: 3.47%
非洲约鲁巴 African / Yoruba: 1.14%
Male
Coverage: 0.93% Average Depth: 1

Scientific institution

Poland
Czulice
Unveiling Hunnic Legacy: Decoding Elite Presence in Poland through a Unique Child's Burial with Modified Cranium 揭开匈奴遗产的面纱:通过改良头骨的独特儿童墓葬解码波兰精英阶层的存在 Center Name: STOCKHOLM UNIVERSITY ENA-FIRST-PUBLIC: 2024-04-01 This study presents a double burial from Czulice indicating elements of the Hunnic culture. Individual I, aged 7-9, and Individual II, aged 8-9 with a skull deformation, were both genetically identified as boys. Individual II, who exhibited genetic markers of Asian ancestry, was equipped with gold and silver items. In contrast, Individual I displayed European ancestry. The application of strontium isotope analysis shed light on the origins of the individuals. Individual I was non-local, while Individual II was identified as a local, but also falling within the range commonly associated with the Pannonian Plain. Stable isotope analysis suggested a diet consisting of inland resources. Through radiocarbon dating, this burial was determined to date back to the years 395-418 CE, making it the earliest grave of its kind discovered in Poland. The analyses have provided new insights into the nature of the relationship between the Huns and the local inhabitants. 这项研究展示了楚利采的双重墓葬,表明了匈奴文化的元素。个体I,年龄7-9岁,个体II,年龄8-9岁,头骨变形,均被基因鉴定为男孩。个体II表现出亚洲血统的遗传标记,配备有金银物品。相比之下,个人 I 显示出欧洲血统。锶同位素分析的应用揭示了个体的起源。个体 I 是非本地个体,而个体 II 被确定为本地个体,但也属于通常与潘诺尼亚平原相关的范围。稳定同位素分析表明饮食由内陆资源组成。通过放射性碳测年,该墓葬的年代可追溯到公元 395-418 年,是波兰发现的最早的此类墓葬。这些分析为了解匈奴与当地居民之间关系的本质提供了新的见解。
Hunnic
395-418 CE
Unveiling Hunnic Legacy: Decoding Elite Presence in Poland through a Unique Child's Burial with Modified Cranium



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