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Thread: Genetic analysis of male Hungarian Conquerors: European and Asian paternal lineages of the conquerin

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    Quote Originally Posted by Dick View Post
    goes into a lot of detail. They think the I2a-Din N found in the conquerors expanded from south east poland based off the Strs.

    https://link.springer.com/article/10...20-019-00996-0
    Interesting read. Thanks Dick

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    Quote Originally Posted by Hrvoje Vukčić Hrvatinić View Post
    Most elite grave is zero chink lmao. I get it in K13 ancient run and I wondered which modern pops it's cloese too. It looks half Kavkaz half Slav

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    where could this sample be from? it was posted on eupedia as an ancient sample. but the Hungarian conqueror study tested only y-dna, not autosomal.
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    Quote Originally Posted by vbnetkhio View Post
    where could this sample be from? it was posted on eupedia as an ancient sample. but the Hungarian conqueror study tested only y-dna, not autosomal.
    Idk man, I get it in K13 ancient on Vahaduo. Shouldn't it be I2-din guy?

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    Autosomal was tested, but I don't think it was released. Usually the russian genetic forums are pretty good at obtaining samples and judging by the name vengr (hangarian in russian) it was from there.

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    The I2a din north from the Magyar leader is 1 genetic distance from 3 Bulgarians and a Tosk Albanian from the Ftdna project on Str values.

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    Does anyone know what the type of funeral is? Pagan or Christian?
    ...Even if a man lives well, he dies and another one comes into existence. Let the one who comes later upon seeing this inscription remember the one who had made it. And the name is Omurtag, Kanasubigi.

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    Quote Originally Posted by PAGANE View Post
    Does anyone know what the type of funeral is? Pagan or Christian?
    It is one of the most famous and rich Magyar burial, there are tons of photos on facebook and GOOGLE. From the study, in supplementary files: "Archaeological findings: horse cranium (and leg bones), gold hairrings, pair of silver wire bracelets, golden ring with green glasss tone, boot mounts, arabic dirhems, gilded silver impressed belt-buckles, silver-plated sabre tache, flint, iron knife, gilded-silver mounted saber, snaffle, bridle ornaments, horse breast collar mounts, bone mouth of leather bottle, mounted bow case ornaments, remnants of quiver with rosette mounts, arrow heads, bone plates of the bow grip and horns, girth buckle, stirrups, remnants of ornamented saddle."



    https://journals.plos.org/plosone/ar...0205920#sec019

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