Interesting reading. Takes some time to take in.
Thanks for giving me permission to reblogg this.
Below are more Y-SNP calls for La Braña 2. Positive calls are in bold, and negative calls are in non-bold.
The La Braña 2 sample is from one of two skeletons found in the La Braña-Arintero cave in the province of León in northwestern Spain. The La Braña 2 skeleton was dated to 7960–7750 BP, which is about the same as the dating for the La Braña 1 skeleton at 7940–7690 BP. La Braña 2 was autosomally similar to La Braña 1.
The calls show that La Braña 2 belonged to Y haplogroup C1(xC1a1). La Braña 1 and La Braña 2 both belonged to mitochondrial haplogroup U5b2c1, and it’s safe to assume that La Braña 2 belonged to the same C1a2-V20 Y haplogroup that La Braña 1 did.
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