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Ancient DNA From Sardinia Unlocks 6,000 Years of Genetic History

News   Feb 25, 2020 | Original story from the University of Chicago Medicine

 
Ancient DNA From Sardinia Unlocks 6,000 Years of Genetic History

The s'Orcu 'e Tueri nuraghi, one of many distinctive Sardinian Bronze Age stone towers dating to the mid- to late 2nd millennium BC, at a site including in the study. Credit: Gruppo Grotte Ogliastra.

 
 
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