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  • Ancient genomes revisit the ancestry of domestic and Przewalski’s horses 

    Gaunitz, C; Fages, A; Hanghoj, K; Albrechtsen, A; Khan, N; Schubert, M; Seguin-Orlando, A; Owens, IJ; Felkel, S; Bignon-Lau, O; de Barros Damgaard, P; Mittnik, A; Mohaseb, AF; Davoudi, H; Alquraishi, S; Alfarhan, AH; Al-Rasheid, KAS; Crubézy, E; Benecke, N; Olsen, S; Brown, D; Anthony, D; Massy, K; Pitulko, V; Kasparov, A; Brem, G; Hofreiter, M; Mukhtarova, G; Mukhtarova, N; Lõugas, L; Onar, V; Stockhammer, PW; Krause, J; Boldgiv, B; Undrakhbold, S; Erdenebaatar, D; Lepetz, S; Mashkour, M; Ludwig, A; Wallner, B; Merz, V; Merz, I; Zaibert, V; Willerslev, E; Librado, P; Outram, AK; Orlando, L (American Association for the Advancement of Science, 2018-02-22)
    The Eneolithic Botai culture of the Central Asian steppes provides the earliest archaeological evidence for horse husbandry, ~5,500 ya, but the exact nature of early horse domestication remains controversial. We generated ...
  • Ancient genomes revisit the ancestry of domestic and Przewalski’s horses 

    Gaunitz, C; Fages, A; Hanghoj, K; Albrechtsen, A; Khan, N; Schubert, M; Seguin-Orlando, A; Owens, IJ; Felkel, S; Bignon-Lau, O; de Barros Damgaard, P; Mittnik, A; Mohaseb, AF; Davoudi, H; Alquraishi, S; Alfarhan, AH; Al-Rasheid, KAS; Crubézy, E; Benecke, N; Olsen, S; Brown, D; Anthony, D; Massy, K; Pitulko, V; Kasparov, A; Brem, G; Hofreiter, M; Mukhtarova, G; Mukhtarova, N; Lõugas, L; Onar, V; Stockhammer, PW; Krause, J; Boldgiv, B; Undrakhbold, S; Erdenebaatar, D; Lepetz, S; Mashkour, M; Ludwig, A; Wallner, B; Merz, V; Merz, I; Zaibert, V; Willerslev, E; Librado, P; Outram, AK; Orlando, L (American Association for the Advancement of Science, 2018-02-22)
    The Eneolithic Botai culture of the Central Asian steppes provides the earliest archaeological evidence for horse husbandry, ~5,500 ya, but the exact nature of early horse domestication remains controversial. We generated ...
  • Archaeological supplement B to Damgaard et al. 2018: discussion of the archaeology of Central Asian and East Asian Neolithic to Bronze Age hunter-gatherers and early pastoralists, including consideration of horse domestication 

    Outram, AK; Polyakov, A; Gromov, A; Moiseyev, V; Weber, AW; Bazaliiskii, VI; Goriunova, OI (Zenodo, 2018-05-09)
    The archaeological evidence relating to selected key cultures from Central and East Asia from the Neolithic to the Bronze Age is summarized. These cultures include the Eneolithic (Copper Age) Botai culture of northern ...
  • The first horse herders and the impact of early Bronze Age steppe expansions into Asia 

    Damgaard, PDB; Martiniano, R; Kamm, J; Moreno-Mayar, JV; Kroonen, G; Peyrot, M; Barjamovic,G; Rasmussen, S; Zacho, C; Baimukhanov, N; Zaibert, V; Merz, V; Biddanda, A; Merz, I; Loman, V; Evdokimov, V; Usmanova, E; Hemphill, B; Seguin-Orlando, A; Yediay, FE; Ullah, I; Sjögren, K-G; Iversen, KH; Choin, J; de la Fuente, C; Ilardo, M; Schroeder, H; Moiseyev, V; Gromov, A; Polyakov, A; Omura, S; Senyurt, SY; Ahmad, H; McKenzie, C; Margaryan, A; Hameed, A; Samad, A; Gul, N; Khokhar, MH; Goriunova, OI; Bazaliiskii, VI; Novembre, J; Weber, AW; Orlando, L; Allentoft, ME; Nielsen, R; Kristiansen, K; Sikora, M; Outram, AK; Durbin, R; Willerslev, E (American Association for the Advancement of Science, 2018-05-09)
    The Yamnaya expansions from the western steppe into Europe and Asia during the Early Bronze Age (~3000 BCE) are believed to have brought with them Indo-European languages and possibly horse husbandry. We analyze 74 ancient ...
  • A new approach to profiling taphonomic history through bone fracture analysis, with an example application to the Linearbandkeramik site of Ludwinowo 7. 

    Johnson, EV; Parmenter, PCR; Outram, AK (Elsevier, 2016)
    This paper presents a new method of assessing and displaying taphonomic history through detailed bone fracture analysis. Bone is a particularly useful indicator of taphonomic processes as it is sensitive to when it is ...