*Update* To clarify after Jean Manco's spanking, I'm not suggesting that the genomes will be published in Antiquity or by any of the authors mentioned. I mistakenly thought Richard Harrison would co-author a paper in Antiquity with Heyd. Regardless, I think my assumptions would be reasonable to suggest new information supporting Harrison's 1974 hypothesis. Apparently I'm wrong!
This March paper in Cambridge's Antiquity (could have been) a revisit of an important paper that appeared in Antiquity in 1974, "Origins of the Bell Beaker cultures" by Richard J. Harrison. Harrison proposed a model for the formation of the Bell Beaker culture, which you can see below in diagram #7.
Another assumption is that the papers in Antiquity incorporate knowledge of the yet-to-be-published genomes that are out there. I would assume that would be the case, but I don't know.
|Took from a presentation by Jan Turek. (Fig 3. Harrison, 1974)|
If you know better, then point me in the right direction.
Also, here's some older posts that may be of interest...