Archéo-génétique 2018-2019

First genetic history of Rome

- Europe's last hunter-gatherers were more diverse than thought, DNA evidence suggests

First Anatolian farmers were local hunter-gatherers that adopted agriculture

The genomic history of the Iberian Peninsula reconstructed

- 'Ibiza (Espagne) is different', genetically

Ancient DNA analysis yields unexpected insights about peoples of Central, South America

- Europe’s First Dogs Disappeared After Neolithic Farmers Arrived With Their Own Pups

- Ancient Andean genomes show distinct adaptations to farming and altitude

Parasites from medieval latrines unlock secrets of human history

Oakaie 1 (Myanmar) : The origins of farming

Understanding 6th-century barbarian social organization and migration through paleogenomics

Denisova Cave (Russie) : Denny was an inter-species love child

Trondheim (Norvège) : Evidence of Salmonella Paratyphi C

New technique provides accurate dating of ancient skeletons

And two became one: ancient American lineages reunited to head south

Iceland’s founding fathers underwent a rapid, 1000-year genetic shift

Scientists analyze first ancient human DNA from Southeast Asia

New tool predicts eye, hair and skin color from a DNA sample of an unidentified individual

DNA Analysis Of Ancient Excrement Reveals The Diets Of Centuries Past

Gene linked to breastfeeding may have boosted survival of earliest Americans

- A new study squelches a treasured theory about Indians’ origins

Deciphering the DNA of the Bell Beaker Complex

DNA solves mystery of egyptian mummy from ransacked tomb

- Traces of indigenous 'Taino' in present-day Caribbean populations

Gough's Cave (G-B): Cheddar Man Had Dark Skin

- New light on ancient human-turkey relationship

Deir Rifeh  (Egypte): Ancient DNA results end 4000 year old  mummy mystery

Teposcolula-Yucundaa (Mexique): What Wiped Out the Aztecs? Scientists Find New Clues.

Dual migration created genetic 'melting pot' of the first Scandinavians

New genetic evidence may reveal the first Native American population