Archaeogenetic Commentary Clear Ancestral Origins of Sardinians

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The island of Sardinia is conspicuous for a fact that an unusually high suit of a race is clearly descended from people who have assigned it given a Neolithic and Bronze Age, between 8,000 and 2,000 years ago. For centuries after that, they had small communication with mainland Europe.


Now, University of Huddersfield researcher Dr Maria Pala has taken partial in a plan that has helped to clear a genetic secrets of her Mediterranean homeland. One of a commentary is that some complicated Sardinians could have developed from people who colonised a island during an even progressing period, a Mesolithic.

Period7 Apr 2017

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