A new study in the journal Nature suggests that the Neolithic population of ancient Britain was almost completely replaced by newcomers, the Beaker people, by about 2500BC. Khvalynsk as an origin for P312+ would be a bit of a stretch based on all available data. @DavidskiGimbutas thought Vucedol was ancestral to Bell Beaker, not directly Yamnaya. Ric Hern, Yes you are right- U5a1/b- Dereivka, UKraine, 4.500 BC And this is the story about U5 and U5aU5-Iberia-Erralla Cave, Cestona, Guipúzcoa. Rathlin's ancestors temporally lived there before going to Ireland so I guess that's how he got it. After all, we wouldn't really be considering an Eastern Yamnaya like group here would we? Thanks for showing some more modeling. [R1b1a1a2 + U5a2c]"https://media.nature.com/original/nature-assets/nature/journal/v555/n7695/extref/nature25738-s2.pdf. Predominantly nonlocal females were also found in BBC contexts in southern Bavaria (especially if 0.71050 is used as 87Sr/86Sr cutoff), Austria, Hungary, the Czech Republic (18), and Britain (21), among CWC burials in southern Germany (12), and EBA inhumations in central Germany (24), pointing to a supraregional prevalence of patrilocal residentialrules.Ric Hern- Yes I can, I guess you mean U5b2a and subcladesU5b2/a1a- Iberia, Camino del Molino, (Caravaca, Murcia). This mixture of traditions can be recognised in the squat, protruding foot, ovoid body beakers with recurved rims, incised or grooved decoration with a poor repertoir of basic beaker motifs and a neolithic poverty of grave associations. The Dutch examples of this group have been partially defined by Modderman (1955) but the type is centered across the border in coastal Germany4. Steppe groups ended up overwhelming the original Beakers (except in Sardinia). To quote Pena's summary : ''Bell-Beakers occupied the Iberian peninsula during the second half of the third millennium cal BC (2500-2000 cal BC), although some C14 dating allows us to extend this period to between 2700-2600 at the lower end,'' The first part of the sentence reflects reality, whilst the second is problematic, because of the nature of the C14 calibration curve, which shows a distinct plateau between 27 and 2500 BC; as well as the expectations that there are always going to be a few anomalous dates in the upper bounds (hence most people discard extreme outliers on either side). Theyre seen since the Cernavoda - Mikhailova period, and already in early CWC from south Poland. It is starting to make a lot sense. It comes in Chapter 5, “The Making of Modern Europe”; Reich has been explaining how people of steppe ancestry arrived in Europe around 5,000 years ago and the various culture waves that entailed, with Yamnaya, Corded Ware, and Bell Beaker culture unexpectedly linked. Hungary, Poland, Netherlands, and the Czech Republic are peripheral provinces, with few deposits compared to France, Germany and Iberia.These groups of migrants from Central and Western Europe went as far as they could, that is, Csepel Island and Silesia, where they met descendants of migrants from the steppes (Z2103, and some steppe mitochondrial haplogroups). Just looking at this one kurgan it seems to indicate folk movement. Rather a Northern Route through Moravia (Yamnaya or not).From what I know, the Deûle-Escaut group (Late Neolithic) coexisted some time with both CW and BBs, with complex interactions. And the Beakers from other parts of Europe look like them, unless they're recently admixed.Ancient West Eurasia PCA. 8 … Steppe groups like Yamnaya almost exclusively all being R1b[natural preference to support ones own clan], to secure in group preference for their own family members/clan above others. These clans probably split from each other before the Bell beaker period.IMO, what this means is R1b L151, U106, P312 clans dominated parts of Corded Ware territory in Germany & Netherlands. @SynomeOne day I'll get around to trying some myself.I am also a total amateur and never got myself into do these myself. I'm not even sure we have the right samples for the original core group of the non-Iberian BB people at all, not even archaeologically. Take Unetice as an example. Pretty much all the continental samples are from Bavaria, Czech republic, and eastern France.RISE98, Sweden late Corded Ware, is R1b U106+. The huge study involved the extraction of DNA from 400 ancient Europeans, including samples from Neolithic, Copper Age and Bronze Age peoples, 226 of them from the Beaker period. Beaker_HungaryBarcin_N,49Yamnaya_Samara,31.8Narva_Lithuania,11.4Blatterhole_HG,6Ukraine_Mesolithic,1.8 distance%=4.9659Beaker_Hungary_no_steppeBarcin_N,76.2Blatterhole_HG,23.8 distance%=2.4992Beaker_Hungary_outlierYamnaya_Samara,76Barcin_N,19Koros_HG,4.4Blatterhole_HG,0.6Check out the imposing level of Narva_Lithuania ancestry in Beaker_Hungary. U5b2a- Scotland, Raschoille Cave-3.511 BC.It is one of many cases of mitochondrial haplogroups associated with the British BB that did not arrive from continental Europe, but were already on the islands.The Neolithic population did not become extinct as Reich says.The movements of the people related to the BB culture were numerous in many directions and over a long period of time (2,800-2,000 BC), me must not think in invasions or conquests but migrations of small human groups, especially women.The brachycephaly of the BB is clearly Western-Alpine, Pyrenean and Italian.We already know that Iberia is a kind of taboo that should not be pronounced, but part of the explanation comes from there, if you continue searching exclusively in other places you will never find the solution. And closest to them is 14-16 which is the Danish middle and late Neolithic, aka TRB. For the maritime Bell Beaker level at Vlaardingen there is a series of four CI4-datings, the average of which is 1940 ± 25 BCMetallurgy- The possibility must therefore be kept open that the As-Ni copper was imported by the Dutch Bell Beaker and the Breton Aeneolithic cultures from some common source; which on present knowledge is unlikely to have been either Central Europe or Ireland. So there's going to be a lot of survival of those genes. @Tesmos, I mostly agree with David here I think in both his statements on that topic.Chad's statement that there may be no genuine Central Europe MN farmer ancestry from North-Central Europe in Dutch Beakers, may prove to be correct... but it would seem very strange for me if we instantly see signs of mixture in French, Hungarian, Iberian, Italian contexts with Beaker people, at the same time as zero admixture en route to Netherlands for the same culture/population.Possible if there was a population collapse and the places they moved through were literally empty and minimal in population en route (seems to sort of be the case in the British Isles, hence minimal admix overall despite some heavily admixed indivduals showing up), but hard to imagine happening otherwise and seems a very strange idea that they would happen to otherwise change behaviour....Off topic but thought others might be interested that I've noticed there's a nice little rotation function in PAST3 - examples: https://imgur.com/a/36ZYxuy. 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