The Complicated Genetic Lineage of Prehistoric Ireland

A study published about two days ago in theProceedings of the National Academy of Sciences documents the genomes of four prehistoric Irish individuals: a Neolithic woman (3,343 – 3,020 BC) from a tomb in Ballynahatty near Belfast, and three Early Bronze Age men (2,026 – 1,534 BC) from a cist burial in Rathlin Island. The results have... Continue Reading →

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