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Identification of kinship and occupant status in Mongolian noble burials of the Yuan Dynasty through a multidisciplinary approach

http://www.ncbi.nlm.nih.gov/pmc/articles/PMC4275886/

 

http://www.ncbi.nlm.nih.gov/pmc/articles/PMC4275886/table/RSTB20130378TB1/

Samtat,

там общая Y обозначена у троих просто как Q. Если есть возможность , подскажите как там "глубже" обстоят дела.

Спасибо. 

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Ни гаплотипов, ни снипов ниже M242 не нашёл. Похоже это максимум.

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Дальше не типировали. Я писал авторам, но пока ответа нет. У них видимо свои планы, приоритеты и технические возможности.

Тут только ждать.  

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Identification of kinship and occupant status in Mongolian noble burials of the Yuan Dynasty through a multidisciplinary approach

http://www.ncbi.nlm.nih.gov/pmc/articles/PMC4275886/

 

http://www.ncbi.nlm.nih.gov/pmc/articles/PMC4275886/table/RSTB20130378TB1/

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Нашли предположительно захоронение Коркуза онгута и сделали его палеоДНК. Гаплогруппа Q/
Identification of kinship and occupant status in Mongolian noble burials of the Yuan Dynasty through a multidisciplinary approach
The Yuan Dynasty (AD 1271–1368) was the first dynasty in Chinese history where a minority ethnic group (Mongols) ruled. Few cemeteries containing Mongolian nobles have been found owing to their tradition of keeping burial grounds secret and their lack of historical records. Archaeological excavations at the Shuzhuanglou site in the Hebei province of China led to the discovery of 13 skeletons in six separate tombs. The style of the artefacts and burials indicate the cemetery occupants were Mongol nobles. However, the origin, relationships and status of the chief occupant (M1m) are unclear. To shed light on the identity of the principal occupant and resolve the kin relationships between individuals, a multidisciplinary approach was adopted, combining archaeological information, stable isotope data and molecular genetic data. Analysis of autosomal, mitochondrial and Y-chromosomal DNA show that some of the occupants were related. The available evidence strongly suggests that the principal occupant may have been the Mongol noble Korguz. Our study demonstrates the power of a multidisciplinary approach in elucidating information about the inhabitants of ancient historical sites.

https://royalsocietypublishing.org/doi/full/10.1098/rstb.2013.0378?fbclid=IwAR19lyno7wlPSLQcOoCMZLTQKhVY7GCLK8IFcPszRjAT8OLsUJqnn3qeMTc

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Ранее тоже была работа где вельможи династии Юань имели гаплогруппу Q-М242. Жаль , что не проверили глубже по снипам.

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ссылка есть?

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30.06.2020 в 17:07, asan-kaygy сказал:

Нашли предположительно захоронение Коркуза онгута и сделали его палеоДНК. Гаплогруппа Q/
Identification of kinship and occupant status in Mongolian noble burials of the Yuan Dynasty through a multidisciplinary approach
The Yuan Dynasty (AD 1271–1368) was the first dynasty in Chinese history where a minority ethnic group (Mongols) ruled. Few cemeteries containing Mongolian nobles have been found owing to their tradition of keeping burial grounds secret and their lack of historical records. Archaeological excavations at the Shuzhuanglou site in the Hebei province of China led to the discovery of 13 skeletons in six separate tombs. The style of the artefacts and burials indicate the cemetery occupants were Mongol nobles. However, the origin, relationships and status of the chief occupant (M1m) are unclear. To shed light on the identity of the principal occupant and resolve the kin relationships between individuals, a multidisciplinary approach was adopted, combining archaeological information, stable isotope data and molecular genetic data. Analysis of autosomal, mitochondrial and Y-chromosomal DNA show that some of the occupants were related. The available evidence strongly suggests that the principal occupant may have been the Mongol noble Korguz. Our study demonstrates the power of a multidisciplinary approach in elucidating information about the inhabitants of ancient historical sites.

https://royalsocietypublishing.org/doi/full/10.1098/rstb.2013.0378?fbclid=IwAR19lyno7wlPSLQcOoCMZLTQKhVY7GCLK8IFcPszRjAT8OLsUJqnn3qeMTc

я правильно понял: только три индивида показали результат и у всех троих Q?

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А-а-а! Оказалось это та жа самая работа ... :D

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Надо темы объединить

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