|Kněževes - grave 8 (modified from Turek, 2012)|
This doesn't necessarily mean she had a man identity or complex. Certain items were associated with power in ancient societies, such as the queen who is depicted with the false beard, crook, flail and nemes (all things associated with male pharaonic power). Clearly, certain regalia was buried with Beaker men who were importantly viewed in their society. Jan Turek has written on this subject.
Bell Beaker individuals in this study lack carbon dates, this being because their pottery were historically satisfactory for placing them in a chronology. But, the cemeteries at Augsburg, Osterhofen and Landau in Germany and Knezeves and Brandysek in the Czech Republic were subject to one of the earliest and largest isotope studies. Price et al, 1997 (Table 7) found that Augsburg Beakers were around 15% first generation immigrants, Osterhofen around 38% and Landau around 44%. [also 2004]
These same cemeteries were also lumped into a dental study by Desideri and Besse (2010) which found population movement between groups. Here's some of the sampled individuals from Table 1 of Allentoft et al.
RISE559 Augsburg Bell Beaker F0174, grave 4 tooth F F Adult
RISE560 Augsburg Bell Beaker F0187, grave 3 tooth M M Adult
RISE562 Landau an der Isar Bell Beaker F0228, obj. 136/92 = grave 9 tooth FF Adult
RISE563 Osterhofen-Altenmarkt Bell Beaker F0234, obj. 8 tooth MM Adult
RISE564 Osterhofen-Altenmarkt Bell Beaker F0241, obj. 25 tooth MM Adult
RISE566 Knezeves Bell Beaker F0521, A01168, gr. 14 tooth MM Infant
RISE567 Knezeves Bell Beaker F0523, A0766, gr. 8 tooth MF Adult
RISE568 Brandysek Bell Beaker F0525, A01623, gr. 16 tooth nd F Infant
RISE569 Brandysek Bell Beaker F0527, A01643, gr. 35? tooth nd F Infant
The last individual from Osterhofen F0234 is the male that is R1b U152 (not DF27) according to Richard Rocca [See also Rocca et al, 2012].
If true, then that means that two of the Central Beakers where subclades can be discerned are U152/S28, not entirely surprising. It's presence among Bashkirs is noteworthy however, especially given the stacks of ancient R1b coming out of the North Caspian.
*Ok, Correct map now, got a little careless. Thanks to Krefter.
Bronze Age population dynamics, selection, and the formation of Eurasian genetic structure, Allencroft et al. Nature 522, 167–172 (11 June 2015) doi:10.1038/nature14507 [Link]
Additional data [Link]