Genomic and isotopic studies shed light into the mobility of medieval individuals CE

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Courtesy of Waldermar, Polish-Pomeranian member over at Anthrogenica.

I found the similarity maps reminiscent of a Lazaridis paper. Also quite interesting, confirming some suspicions I have held.

On whether all the samples are Slavic he replied:

"In Radom, Grodowice and Detkovice, most likely. In Kaldus, Pien and Cieple there might be some Scandinavians buried among the Slavs (or rather pseudo-Scandinavians like in Bodzia)."
 

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