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Извињавам се администрацији и члановима форума на већем броју постова, али мислим да је корисно имати овај списак литературе на једном мјесту, поготово што неће више бити доступан на мрежи. Може бити користан и приликом писања радова као референтна листа.

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Можда овај рад Еве Клоновске (2012.) садржи нека занимљивих открића.

Anthropological examination of skeletal remains from Bobovac. Completing and Refitting Skeletal Remains. A report

According to written historical sources the town Bobovac built in the first half of 14th century by the Governor Stjepan II Kotromanić was probably used as a residence by several Bosnian kings until 1463 when Bosnia became occupied by the Ottoman Empire. Hypothetically four kings and one queen could be buried in the royal chapel in Bobovac – Ostoja, Stjepan Ostojić, Tvrtko II and his wife Doroteja Gorjanska and Tomaš (Stjepan Tomaš). Under Turkish occupation Bobovac was reduced to rubbles and the royal chapel demolished. Later, the place became a goal of thefts and amateur archaeologists who looted and plundered graves. During the first systematic archaeological excavations in 1963, conducted under auspices of the National Museum in Sarajevo, nine graves within and outside the royal chapel were opened and excavated. In compliance with original records from the excavation incomplete skeletal remains of 14 individuals (13 adults and one child) were found. Majority of found skeletal remains were badly preserved and many bones were missing. The remains from Bobovac housed in the National Museum were examined in 2007 by the author, who is a forensic anthropologist. The remains represent 13 individuals.

https://www.ceeol.com/search/article-detail?id=257135
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Можда овај рад Еве Клоновске (2012.) садржи нека занимљивих открића.

Anthropological examination of skeletal remains from Bobovac. Completing and Refitting Skeletal Remains. A report

According to written historical sources the town Bobovac built in the first half of 14th century by the Governor Stjepan II Kotromanić was probably used as a residence by several Bosnian kings until 1463 when Bosnia became occupied by the Ottoman Empire. Hypothetically four kings and one queen could be buried in the royal chapel in Bobovac – Ostoja, Stjepan Ostojić, Tvrtko II and his wife Doroteja Gorjanska and Tomaš (Stjepan Tomaš). Under Turkish occupation Bobovac was reduced to rubbles and the royal chapel demolished. Later, the place became a goal of thefts and amateur archaeologists who looted and plundered graves. During the first systematic archaeological excavations in 1963, conducted under auspices of the National Museum in Sarajevo, nine graves within and outside the royal chapel were opened and excavated. In compliance with original records from the excavation incomplete skeletal remains of 14 individuals (13 adults and one child) were found. Majority of found skeletal remains were badly preserved and many bones were missing. The remains from Bobovac housed in the National Museum were examined in 2007 by the author, who is a forensic anthropologist. The remains represent 13 individuals.

https://www.ceeol.com/search/article-detail?id=257135

Поменути рад Клоновске може се прочитати у Glasniku Zemaljskog muzeja BiH u Sarajevu, Arheologija, Sveska 53, 2012, од странице 293-315, обилује илустрацијама и описом скелетних налаза ископаних 1963. године из 9 гробова краљевске гробнице у Бобовцу.

На самом крају овог прегледа Ева Елвира Клоновска (антрополог форензичар) даје препоруку за анализу коштаних остатака на ДНА и листу препоручених европских лабораторија за ту врсту научно-истраживачког рада ..

Нешто више о археологији Бобовца и краљевским гробовима може се наћи у раду Мирсада Сијарића Nadgrobne ploče tri bosanska kralja, 2006.

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Нисам сигуран да је гепидски узорак потпуно хунског порекла, провукао сам узорак кроз Global 25 Давидског, није превише близак ни једном древном ни савременом становништву. Резултат указује на мешавину средњеазијског становништва попут Скита (можда баш Хуни), Германа и евентуално неког балканског становништва:

[1] "distance%=2.0205"

         Gepid_Serbia_ACD:VIM_2

Scythian_ZevakinoChilikta,38
Nordic_IA,19
Vinca_MN,18.4
Germany_Medieval_outlier,9.6
Germany_Medieval,7.2
Karasuk_outlier,4.2
Ust_Ishim,3
Iberia_BA,0.6

Изгледа као да је један родитељ средњеазијског, а други мешаног германско-балканског порекла...
Иначе, један од ближих узорака овом гепидском је IR1 из Мађарске.

...
Fu, Q. et al. (2013), A revised timescale for human evolution based on ancient mitochondrial genomes, Current Biology, 21 March 2013.
Fu, Q. et al. (2014), Genome sequence of a 45,000-year-old modern human from western Siberia, Nature 514, 445-449.
Fu, Q. et al. (2015), An early modern human from Romania with a recent Neanderthal ancestor, Nature, published online 22 June 2015.
Fu. Q. et al. (2016), The genetic history of Ice Age Europe, Nature, published online 2 May 2016.

Узорак српског Гепида близак са IR1 и зрнцем Ust_Ishim у "мјешавини"  :)

Ust Ishim 45.000 година, досада најстарији забиљежен људски геном, утврђене хаплогрупе K2a*(K-M2308xM2313,F549,M2335) , условно речено, предачке хаплогрупе NO>N-M231>N2-Y6503 код IR1, можда згодна прилика за подсјетник и увид у Fu, Q. et al. (2014), Genome sequence of a 45,000-year-old modern human from western Siberia, Nature 514, 445-449. , као и погледати новинарски чланак у Scientific American о овом, својевремено, значајном открићу ка освјетљавање савремених људских миграција из прадавне афричке постојбине, 45,000-Year-Old Man's Genome Sequenced.

Надам се да ће ова занимљива примједба г. Сремца послужити у откривању даље и ближе прошлости мистериозне гране N2 и српског N-P189.2  ;)

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Узорак српског Гепида близак са IR1 и зрнцем Ust_Ishim у "мјешавини"  :)

Ust Ishim 45.000 година, досада најстарији забиљежен људски геном, утврђене хаплогрупе K2a*(K-M2308xM2313,F549,M2335) , условно речено, предачке хаплогрупе NO>N-M231>N2-Y6503 код IR1, можда згодна прилика за подсјетник и увид у Fu, Q. et al. (2014), Genome sequence of a 45,000-year-old modern human from western Siberia, Nature 514, 445-449. , као и погледати новинарски чланак у Scientific American о овом, својевремено, значајном открићу ка освјетљавање савремених људских миграција из прадавне афричке постојбине, 45,000-Year-Old Man's Genome Sequenced.

Надам се да ће ова занимљива примједба г. Сремца послужити у откривању даље и ближе прошлости мистериозне гране N2 и српског N-P189.2  ;)

Хм, горњи модел није баш добар (пре свега због временске удаљености узорака), већ је само илустративне природе, јер показује да Гепид није чисто хунског порекла како се спекулисало.
Свакако, Гепид показује јак утицај Источне Азије, што га издваја од осталих узорака из рада и  вероватно да је постотак Ust_Ishim-а управо због склоности Гепида ка "егзотици" - Источној Азији, Сибиру, можда и Јужној Азији.

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Mitogenomic data indicate admixture components of Asian Hun and Srubnaya origin in the Hungarian Conquerors

I-P37.2 међу мађарском елитом 10. столећа.

Archaeologist presume that the rich 10th century cemeteries of Karos and Kenézlő comprise the Conqueror military elite, raising the question as to what extent can our findings be generalized to he entire Conqueror population---
...... The only exceptions are the two chiefs in Karos2 and 3, who had identical X2f maternal haplotypes and I2a1 Y chromosomal haplotypes (data not shown), so were probably brothers. This indicates that these neighboring communities did not intermarry probably because of different group-identity.

при крају рада има и занимљив осврт на порекло мађарског језика,

The large genetic diversity of the Conquerors which seemingly assembled from multiple  ethnic sources and their relative low proportion, having no lasting effect on Hungarian ethnogenesis, raises doubts about the Conqueror origin of the Hungarian language......

Above data infer that preconquest presence of the language in the Carpathian Basin, is an equally grounded hypothesis, as had been
proposed by several scientists (a summary in English is given in [105]), which is also hinted by a recently detected genomic admixture between Mansis and a Middle Neolithic (5000 BCE) individual from the Carpathian Basin [90].

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Ancient genomes for which Y-chromosome data are available (analysed as of June 2017).

https://umap.openstreetmap.fr/en/map/ancient-human-dna_41837#6.
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Ancient genomes for which Y-chromosome data are available (analysed as of June 2017).

https://umap.openstreetmap.fr/en/map/ancient-human-dna_41837#6.

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