Two Roman Gladiators DF98 and DF96

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PostPosted: Thu Dec 28, 2017 1:23 pm
Here are the GEDmatch IDs of the U106>Z156>Z307>DF98 and U106>Z156>Z307>DF96 York Romans. DF98 T752812 and DF96 T848818 and their Eurogenes EUtest V2 K15 Oracle results:

Kit T752812 DF 98 1,800 ybp
Mixed Mode Population Sharing:

# Primary Population (source) Secondary Population (source) Distance
1 91.4% West_Scottish + 8.6% Chechen @ 4.25
2 92.2% West_Scottish + 7.8% North_Ossetian @ 4.34
3 92.2% West_Scottish + 7.8% Adygei @ 4.44
4 91.9% West_Scottish + 8.1% Kabardin @ 4.44
5 91.3% West_Scottish + 8.7% Tabassaran @ 4.46
6 91.6% West_Scottish + 8.4% Lezgin @ 4.46
7 92.4% West_Scottish + 7.6% Ossetian @ 4.47
8 92.1% Irish + 7.9% Chechen @ 4.51
9 92.2% West_Scottish + 7.8% Balkar @ 4.52
10 91.7% Irish + 8.3% Tabassaran @ 4.56
11 93.6% West_Scottish + 6.4% Abhkasian @ 4.57
12 92.2% Irish + 7.8% Lezgin @ 4.62
13 93% Irish + 7% North_Ossetian @ 4.66
14 93.4% West_Scottish + 6.6% Georgian @ 4.67
15 92.7% Irish + 7.3% Kabardin @ 4.72
16 93.1% Irish + 6.9% Ossetian @ 4.72
17 93% Irish + 7% Adygei @ 4.72
18 92.3% West_Scottish + 7.7% Kumyk @ 4.77
19 93% Irish + 7% Balkar @ 4.79
20 94..2% Irish + 5.8% Abhkasian @ 4.84

Eurogenes EUtest V2 K15 Oracle results:
Kit T848818 DF96 1,800 ybp

Mixed Mode Population Sharing:

# Primary Population (source) Secondary Population (source) Distance
1 82.1% North_German + 17.9% French_Basque @ 4.19
2 65.5% North_Swedish + 34.5% French_Basque @ 4.21
3 78.6% Danish + 21.4% French_Basque @ 4.86
4 79.6% North_German + 20..4% Southwest_French @ 4.87
5 67.5% Swedish + 32.5% French_Basque @ 4.9
6 73.9% Danish + 26.1% Southwest_French @ 5.08
7 83.4% Southeast_English + 16.6% Estonian_Polish @ 5.19
8 81.3% North_German + 18.7% Spanish_Cantabria @ 5.21
9 82.6% Southeast_English + 17.4% Russian_Smolensk @ 5.21
10 82.8% Southwest_English + 17.2% Estonian_Polish @ 5.24
11 70.4% Irish + 29.6% Austrian @ 5.26
12 82% Southwest_English + 18% Russian_Smolensk @ 5.27
13 83.2% North_German + 16.8% Spanish_Aragon @ 5.28
14 80.9% Southeast_English + 19.1% Polish @ 5.33
15 83.2% Southwest_English + 16.8% Belorussian @ 5.39
16 84% Southeast_English + 16% Belorussian @ 5.39
17 67.3% West_Scottish + 32.7% Austrian @ 5.39
18 73.2% Southeast_English + 26.8% Austrian @ 5.41
19 69.4% Norwegian + 30.6% French_Basque @ 5.42
20 80.3% Southwest_English + 19.7% Polish @ 5.42

https://www.theguardian.com/science/201 ... -graveyard

"The haunting mystery of Britain's headless Romans may have been solved at last, thanks to scars from a lion's bite and hammer marks on decapitated skulls.

The results of forensic work, announced today, on more than 80 skeletons of well-built young men, gradually exhumed from the gardens of a York terrace over a decade, suggests that the world's best-preserved gladiator graveyard has been found.

Many of the 1,800-year-old remains indicate much stronger muscles in the right arm, a condition noted by Roman writers in slaves trained from their teens to fight in the arena. Advanced mineral testing of tooth enamel also links the men to a wide variety of Roman provinces, including North Africa, which was another a feature of gladiator recruitment."

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