Archéo-Génétic 2022

The origins of donkey domestication

Pylos (Grece): DNA analysis shows Griffin Warrior ruled his Greek homeland

Ancient DNA clarifies the early history of American colonial horses

Red Deer Cave (Chine): DNA from ancient population in Southern China suggests Native Americans’ East Asian roots

- Ancient DNA and teeth show: Romans brought mules with them

New genetic research on remote Pacific islands yields surprising findings on world’s earliest seafarers

-  Genetic intermixing in Indonesia contributed to cultural “explosion” across the Pacific

First Pompeiian human genome sequenced

Gozo (Malte): How seascapes of the ancient world shaped the genetic structure of European populations

Ancient DNA gives new insighs into 'lost' Indigenous people of Uruguay

High-resolution genomes reveal nuanced origins of the first farmers

Fleury-sur-Orne (France): DNA analysis of remains found in Norman Neolithic monumental cemetery suggest a patrilineal community

How the black rat colonized Europe in the Roman and Medieval periods

-  A population hub out of Africa explains East Asian lineages in Europe 45,000 years ago

Origins of the Avars elucidated with ancient DNA

- Xinjiang (Chine): 5,000-year population history  brought to light in new ancient DNA study

Hora (Malawi): Ancient DNA reveals surprises about how early Africans lived, traveled and interacted

-  Ground-breaking DNA study finds Vikings weren’t all Scandinavian

Orkney (Ecosse): Bronze Age women altered genetic landscape

Quest to uncover the origins of horse taming is rewriting our picture of the past

How DNA is preserved in archaeological sediments for thousands of years

- Nits on ancient mummies shed light on South American ancestry