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Stolarek et al: Genetic history of East-Central Europe...
I'm getting a bit lost here with the discussion on the PCA plot. Do I get it right that this PCA plot belongs to the following ISBA10 abstract from Golubinski et al 2023?

Y-chromosome analysis of Bronze Age populations from the territory of present-day Poland

"The Bronze Age in the area of what in the present-day makes Poland lasted for more than a dozen centuries (2300-700 BC). At that time, this territory was inhabited by various groups of different origins, as well as of different levels of economic and social development. Finally, around 1350 BC, the Lusatian culture emerged amidst this heterogeneous cultural background. Some researchers in the past associate the people of the Lusatian culture with the Proto-Slavs. The aim of this study was to determine the origin and genetic structure of male lineages from the Mierzanowice culture (2300-1600 BC), the Trzciniec culture (1900-1000 BC) and the Lusatian culture (1350-400 BC), which occupied the territory of the present-day Poland using the Y-chromosome-wide SNPs. The analysis of the Y chromosome variation made it possible to test for the continuity of settlement in the mentioned area throughout the Bronze Age and for a possibility of a connection between the Lusatian culture and the younger Iron Age populations. The analysed material consisted of skeletal fragments collected from 46 Bronze Age individuals. The samples with more than 1% of endogenous DNA, after sex determination, were subjected to targeted enrichment with a custom in-house-designed panel of 10k Y-chromosome SNPs and/or with myBaits Expert Human Affinities Prime Plus. The Y-chromosome haplogroup was determined for 25 individuals. Most of the Bronze Age individuals belonged to R1a haplogroup subclades. There were also individuals belonging to haplogroup I2a and O2a-L465. The lack of these Y-chromosome lines identified in the younger Iron Age samples suggests at least some level of discontinuity with the Bronze Age populations."
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The crossroad of Europe. Ancient genomes from Poland tell the story of where the West meets the East

Speaker: Martyna Molak
University of Warsaw, Poland
Co-authors: Michał Golubiński1, Mateusz Baca1, Barbara Bujalska1, Danijela Popović1, Piotr Węgleński1
1 University of Warsaw, Poland

Abstract:
Central Europe has long been a European a sort of a cauldron of human populations. The Great European Plain conferred little resistance to movements of larger groups, be it for trade, settlement or warfare, hence providing ground for intense genetic exchange. However, due to hitherto limited paleogenomic research in this region, the timing, direction and intensity of gene flow that has shaped the population of the Vistula and Oder River basins remains largely unexplored and has mostly been inferred from the modern genetic variation. Moreover, the custom of cremating the dead, spread among many cultures from this region between the Bronze Age and the Early Medieval, along with the prevalence of sandy soils accelerating bone decomposition, resulted in significant temporal and geographical patchiness of the skeletal record available for genetic analyses. Our project aims at retrieving genetic data for possibly comprehensive representation of the population of the region throughout space and time to assess the level of genetic continuity as well as the timing and direction of gene flow into and within. By the time of this abstract submission, we had collected remains of over 500 individuals dating to between the Neolithic and Modernity, including several from the subregions and periods in which non-cremated burials are a rarity. We genotyped over 120 of the individuals, and our dataset is being continuously expanded. We performed population genomic analyses based on i.a. F-statistics and IBD sharing, which allowed us to test several hypotheses based on the available archaeological context and historical sources. The data we obtained not only inform the “big picture” of the genetic history of “Poles” but also provide information to several interesting case studies such as familial relationships within the archaeocommunities, or genetic affinities of some distinctive burials. Funding: National Science Centre, Poland grant 2018/31/B/HS3/01464 „Genetic history of Poles”.
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(06-17-2024, 07:56 PM)Orentil Wrote: I'm getting a bit lost here with the discussion on the PCA plot. Do I get it right that this PCA plot belongs to the following ISBA10 abstract from Golubinski et al 2023?

"The Bronze Age in the area of what in the present-day makes Poland lasted for more than a dozen centuries (2300-700 BC). At that time, this territory was inhabited by various groups of different origins, as well as of different levels of economic and social development. Finally, around 1350 BC, the Lusatian culture emerged amidst this heterogeneous cultural background. Some researchers in the past associate the people of the Lusatian culture with the Proto-Slavs. The aim of this study was to determine the origin and genetic structure of male lineages from the Mierzanowice culture (2300-1600 BC), the Trzciniec culture (1900-1000 BC) and the Lusatian culture (1350-400 BC), which occupied the territory of the present-day Poland using the Y-chromosome-wide SNPs. The analysis of the Y chromosome variation made it possible to test for the continuity of settlement in the mentioned area throughout the Bronze Age and for a possibility of a connection between the Lusatian culture and the younger Iron Age populations. The analysed material consisted of skeletal fragments collected from 46 Bronze Age individuals. The samples with more than 1% of endogenous DNA, after sex determination, were subjected to targeted enrichment with a custom in-house-designed panel of 10k Y-chromosome SNPs and/or with myBaits Expert Human Affinities Prime Plus. The Y-chromosome haplogroup was determined for 25 individuals. Most of the Bronze Age individuals belonged to R1a haplogroup subclades. There were also individuals belonging to haplogroup I2a and O2a-L465. The lack of these Y-chromosome lines identified in the younger Iron Age samples suggests at least some level of discontinuity with the Bronze Age populations."

Have these samples already been published?
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(06-17-2024, 08:03 PM)Radko Wrote: The crossroad of Europe. Ancient genomes from Poland tell the story of where the West meets the East

Speaker: Martyna Molak
University of Warsaw, Poland
Co-authors: Michał Golubiński1, Mateusz Baca1, Barbara Bujalska1, Danijela Popović1, Piotr Węgleński1
1 University of Warsaw, Poland

Abstract:
Central Europe has long been a European a sort of a cauldron of human populations. The Great European Plain conferred little resistance to movements of larger groups, be it for trade, settlement or warfare, hence providing ground for intense genetic exchange. However, due to hitherto limited paleogenomic research in this region, the timing, direction and intensity of gene flow that has shaped the population of the Vistula and Oder River basins remains largely unexplored and has mostly been inferred from the modern genetic variation. Moreover, the custom of cremating the dead, spread among many cultures from this region between the Bronze Age and the Early Medieval, along with the prevalence of sandy soils accelerating bone decomposition, resulted in significant temporal and geographical patchiness of the skeletal record available for genetic analyses. Our project aims at retrieving genetic data for possibly comprehensive representation of the population of the region throughout space and time to assess the level of genetic continuity as well as the timing and direction of gene flow into and within. By the time of this abstract submission, we had collected remains of over 500 individuals dating to between the Neolithic and Modernity, including several from the subregions and periods in which non-cremated burials are a rarity. We genotyped over 120 of the individuals, and our dataset is being continuously expanded. We performed population genomic analyses based on i.a. F-statistics and IBD sharing, which allowed us to test several hypotheses based on the available archaeological context and historical sources. The data we obtained not only inform the “big picture” of the genetic history of “Poles” but also provide information to several interesting case studies such as familial relationships within the archaeocommunities, or genetic affinities of some distinctive burials. Funding: National Science Centre, Poland grant 2018/31/B/HS3/01464 „Genetic history of Poles”.

So only 120 of 500 were sequenced? 

When are results due to release? Hoping Y-DNA involved.
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Hhm, I have nevertheless the impression that the 37 samples on the PCA are based on the 46 bronze age individuals and as someone added R1a and I2a it fits to the description (and the O2a is PL297)...So is it a subpart of the bigger project with the 500 individuals?
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(06-17-2024, 08:11 PM)Orentil Wrote: So is it a subpart of the bigger project with the 500 individuals?

That's correct.

https://genarchivist.com/showthread.php?...8#pid21718
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And it means that Mierzanowice culture (2300-1600 BC) samples with hg R1a plot together with modern Ukrainians?

PS: and PL297 is the O2a sample they talked about in the ISBA abstract
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That would be surprising, if true.

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(06-17-2024, 08:19 PM)Radko Wrote:
(06-17-2024, 08:11 PM)Orentil Wrote: So is it a subpart of the bigger project with the 500 individuals?

That's correct.

https://genarchivist.com/showthread.php?...8#pid21718

So these samples are pending release?

I'm curious if we have recent or upcoming papers on moderns, be they German, or West Slavic, Central and East Europe, or even Balkan modern studies coming up?

A while back a Czech and East Ukrainian were predicted my clade (among mostly Albanians and a couple south Slavs). Curious if there's any other papers with Y-DNA to search.
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(06-17-2024, 08:41 PM)okshtunas Wrote: So these samples are pending release?

Yes. But probably they won't be published anytime soon.
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Coming back to the wrong legend of the PCA. Whoever created it got it wrong by 1000 years for two of them. The real values are in the ISBA abstract:

Mierzanowice culture (2300-1600 BC), the rhombs
Trzciniec culture (1900-1000 BC), the squares
Lusatian culture (1350-400 BC), the circles
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Warsaw team (Molak, Golubinski and others):
619 new aDNA samples (all periods)

Poznan team (Chylenski, Juras and others):
about 130 new aDNA samples (mostly Wielbark and Przeworsk culture samples, some Oksywie culture samples)

Lodz team (Borowka, Lorkiewicz and others):
120 new aDNA samples (111 Medieval, 7 Wielbark culture, 2 Lusatian culture)
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(06-17-2024, 09:05 PM)Orentil Wrote: Coming back to the wrong legend of the PCA. Whoever created it got it wrong by 1000 years for two of them. The real values are in the ISBA abstract:

Mierzanowice culture (2300-1600 BC), the rhombs
Trzciniec culture (1900-1000 BC), the squares
Lusatian culture (1350-400 BC), the circles

They tried to mislead us. Thank you for the good legend!
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(06-17-2024, 08:35 PM)Radko Wrote: That would be surprising, if true.

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Mierzanowice plots between Trzciniec and Germanics:

[Image: Mierzanowice.png]
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(06-17-2024, 09:48 PM)ph2ter Wrote:
(06-17-2024, 08:35 PM)Radko Wrote: That would be surprising, if true.

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Poland_Mierzanowice_Culture:poz537,0.120652,0.090382,0.047517,0.074613,-0.009848,0.008646,-0.023031,-0.026076,-0.008385,-0.002187,-0.007632,0.029374,0.005946,-0.023396,0.02728,0.027844,0.002086,0.015203,0.004777,0.005127,0.001373,0.023989,0.025882,-0.008796,0.013651
Poland_Mierzanowice_Culture:poz538,0.114961,0.121864,0.068259,0.097546,0.032314,0.026495,0.00141,0.006923,-0.02127,-0.04647,-0.013153,-0.028475,-0.006244,-0.023396,0.003393,0.001193,0.001956,-0.015203,0.008422,0.015883,0.021587,0.003339,0.009613,0.019641,0.005269
Poland_Mierzanowice_Culture:poz556,0.111547,0.127957,0.048649,0.070091,0.017849,0.027889,-0.003055,0.003,-0.000205,-0.033714,0.00406,0.01079,-0.00996,-0.009634,0.021308,0.001193,-0.017211,0.005828,0.011941,0.007128,-0.002496,-0.005193,0.007025,0.001325,-0.001796
Poland_Mierzanowice_Culture:poz557,0.122929,0.11577,0.058454,0.070091,0.013849,0.025937,0.006815,0.001615,-0.030883,-0.045741,-0.00065,-0.000599,-0.016055,-0.019818,0.000136,-0.008221,0.008214,-0.011529,0.001131,0.012006,-0.008859,0.011129,0.006286,0.002771,-0.010897
Poland_Mierzanowice_Culture:poz559,0.106994,0.132019,0.045632,0.065892,0.020619,0.056336,0.039482,-0.003231,0.009204,-0.010387,0.012342,0.014837,-0.022002,0.00055,0.010722,0.034473,0.007562,0.017103,0.000377,0.020885,0.029698,0.014591,-0.016638,0.0482,-0.004191
Poland_Mierzanowice_Culture:poz790,0.1161,0.120848,0.062979,0.080104,0.025851,0.023148,0.007755,0.012923,-0.015748,-0.031162,0.000487,0.006145,0.001189,-0.014863,0.017101,0.018032,0.010561,-0.003547,0.002765,0.003377,-0.003494,-0.001855,-0.004683,0.015665,0.006826
Poland_Mierzanowice_Culture:poz791,0.113823,0.120848,0.062979,0.079458,0.016003,0.032351,0.00987,0.008538,-0.016771,-0.032985,0.001461,0.006744,-0.001041,-0.010872,0.018187,0.005436,-0.004303,0.00228,-0.001508,0.01138,0.006613,-0.003462,0.000986,0.016026,0.001916

Mierzanowice plots between Trzciniec and Germanics:

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Do you have G25 / autosomal for MJ-33 and UKR036?

I also asked Davidski about them.
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