Ice Age tribes in the world's oldest natural mum DNA removes secrets


Tails and other man's remains P.W. Lund's collection from Lagos Santa, Brazil is kept in the Danish Museum of Natural History. Credits: Danish Natural History Museum

The legal battle over 10,600 old skeletons of the "Spirit Cave Mummy" came to an end after the success of the advanced DNA in the Native American volumes.


Revelation published in Science Today, as part of a wide range of international research that genetically analyzes the DNA of the famous and disputed ancient remains of North and South America, including Spirit Cave, Lovelock skeletons, Lagoa Santa remains, Inca mummy and ancient remains of Chilean Patagonia. The study also saw the second wasteland of Alaska in the Alaska Trail Creek Cave from the 9,000-year-old milk cloth from a young girl.

Scientists took over 15 ancient genomes from Alaska and Patagoni and managed to control the movement of the first people, as they were traveling to Americans at the age of ice and were "stunned" at the age of the next, and they also interacted with the next millennium.

The academic team not only discovered that the spiritual cave remains a native American American, but they were able to figure out a long-term theory that Americans lived in North America before.

Soil research also found a 10,400-year-old Australian genetic signal in Santa Claude, an early unknown group of early South Americans, but the Australian Union has no genetic footprint in North America. One of the scholars described the "extraordinary chapter of human history".

Professor Eske Willer, who is at Cambridge University and Copenhagen University as St. John's University and Copenhagen University, says: "The soul cave and Lagote Santa are very controversial because they are so called" Paleo-makers "based on the color of their coups differ from today's American Americans. Our research confirmed that the soul cave and Lagote Santa actually were genetically closer to modern Native Americans than any other ancient or modern group."

Lago Santa remains to be discovered by Danish Experiment Peter V. Lund in the 19th century and his work caused this "Palaeomeric hypothesis" based on the cranial morphology which is theoretically known by the famous group of skeleton can not be native Americans. But this new study argues that the theory and results under embargo began with Professor Wilerslaw's representatives in Rio in the Brazilian National Museum on Tuesday, November 6.

He added: "Looking to guide the bumps and forms does not help you understand the true genetic ancestors of the population – we have proven that you may have people who are very different but closely related."

The spirit and cultural significance of Spirit Cave, which was discovered in the small basin desert in the Little Rocky Alcohol, was not well understood for 50 years. Initially the preserved remains of her nursery were initially from 1,500 to 2000, but in the 1990s the new textile and hair testing was dated at 10,600 years.

Flono Pyatti-Shosan Tribu, a group of National Americans living in the Spiritual Cave near Nevada, said that the skeleton was a cultural heritage and demanded immediate repatriation of the Native American Tomb Conservation and Repatriation Act.

The request was rejected because the ancestor was disputed by the court against the tribunal filed a federal government and suit against the anthropologists against tribal leaders claiming to be priceless for North American early settlers and to continue in the museum.

The impasse lasted until the age of 20, until Tommy agreed that Professor Wilersov managed to get the genetic sequence for the first time in the DNA.

Professor Wilerslaw said: "I assured Tommy that my group would not do DNA testing if they were not allowed and agreed that if hell is genetically native to America, the mummy will return to the tribe."

The team has cracked the DNA from the bone from the bone of the DNA, confirming that the skeleton was an ancestor of today's Americans. Spirit Cave returned to the tribe in 2016 and was a private reburial ceremony earlier this year that Professor Willerslev attended and the details were recently released.

Genetics explains: "It was very clear to me that it was a very emotional and deep cultural event that the tribe has genuine feelings in a spiritual cave, which as a European, can be difficult to understand, but for us as a mother, father, or brother to defeat .

"We all can imagine what our father or mother was in the exhibition and had a similar feeling for the spiritual cave, which was the privilege of working with them."

Professor Eske Wielerslo Donna and Joey, two members of the Phoeno Paiyou-Shoson tribe. Credit: Linus Mørk, Magus Film

The tribe was kept informed for two years and two members visited the lab in Copenhagen to meet the scientists and they were present when all DNA sampling was accepted.

Flono Pyu-Shosan-Taipei said: "The Tribu had a lot of experience with the members of the scientific community, but there are negative scholars who have heard of Tribe's perspective and Essay Wilersev.

"He spent time with the Tribes and kept a good sense of the process and was able to answer our questions. His new research confirms what we always know from our oral tradition and other evidence – from his final resting place to Spirit Cave is our Native American ancestor."

The genius of deeper skeletons of the soul has a wider significance, since it is not only in solving the legal and cultural disputes between the tolerant and the government, and also helped reveal how old people moved and settled in the US. Scientists have managed to move Alaska populations to the south of Patongon. They were often separated from each other and the chances of traveling in small pockets of isolated groups took place.

Doctor David D. Melzer, Department of Anthropology, South Methodist University Dallas said: "The spiritual cave and lago satano analysis are clear about their genetic resemblance, which means that their homeland travels to the speed of the continent, we suspect it is because of archeological researches, but it is fascinating that Genetics These results confirm the link, which means that the first people trained to a completely unknown and empty landscape across the entire continent, and they had to distance traveled, speed breathing ".

The study also revealed the ancient South American National Americans Australasian ancestors with a surprising trace, but not the Australasian genetic link for North American American Americans.

Dr. Victor Morono-Major, from the Geoengetics Center, Copenhagen University and the first author of the research: "We found that Australia's signal was not a native of the American Citizens in the Cave and before the division of the Lagoas Santa, which means that these groups were genetic signals or already in South America when Native Americans They came to R. gion, or groups later arrived in Australia, it's a signal that North America has not yet been documented, means that previously appeared before the group, North America without any genetic traces, without leaving. "

Dr. Peter de Barroso Damgaard, Center of Geoengineering, Copenhagen University explained why scientists remain puzzled but optimistic about the Australasian ancestor signal in South America. He replied: "If we assume that the migrant route passed in South America to the ancestor of Australia, the genetic signal carriers appeared as a structured population and went straight to South America, where mixed groups, or subsequently entered, could not solve this, Be right, leaving us unusually vi evidence of extraordinary chapter in the history of mankind!

The history of the population for millennia was much more difficult in the original settlement than previously thought. Americans peopling were simplified as a number of north-south residents split little to no interaction groups after their creation.

The new genome analysis presented in the study shows that about 8,000 years ago, the Americans were still moving, but this time the Mezzamerica in North and South America.

Researchers have discovered traces of this movement in the genomes of all modern indigenous peoples of South America, for which genetic data exists.

Dr. Morro-Meyer added: "Older genomes of our research have taught not only people living in South America, but on the basis that the second stream of genocide inheritance, which has reached the last millennium, is not an evident archaeological record, with neighboring South American descendants People B and were the most modern groups of the region. "


Learn further:
The direct genetic evidence of the founding population was revealed by the first Native Americans

Მet Information:
J.V. Moreno-Maya Email, "Early Human Dispensaries in America" Science (2018). science.sciencemag.org/cgi/doi … 1126 / science.aav2621

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