|Kornice Beaker, 1561, (Maksym Mackiewicz UWr via PAP)|
"Our samples from several sites in Lower and Upper Silesia were analysed in the Reich Laboratory of David Reich from the Department of Genetics of Harvard Medical School in Boston by the team led by David Reich and Iñigo Olalde" - explains Dr. Furmanek in the materials sent by the University of Wroclaw. - "The largest number of samples comes from the extremely interesting Bell-Beaker culture cemetery in Kornice, in the commune of Pietrowice Wielkie in Silesia. With regard to these burials, we have also obtained interesting information about family relationships between some of the dead. We have identified a father and two of his children - a son and a daughter".It'd be interesting to see how much admixture existed between the father and his wife.
More on this cemetery and Silesia
"New data for resear on the Bell Beaker Culture in Upper Silesia Poland"
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