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Ancient Genomes Shed New Light on Earliest Periods of Ireland’s Human History

News   Jun 18, 2020 | Original story from Trinity College Dublin

 
Ancient Genomes Shed New Light on Earliest Periods of Ireland’s Human History

Starry trails above the passage tombs, where the people whose genomes were analyzed were buried. Credit: Ken Williams, shadowsandstone.com

 
 
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