Distinct ancestries for similar funerary practices? A GIS analysis that compares funerary with biological and aDNA data from the Middle Neolithic necropolis Gurgy “Les Noisats” (Yonne, France)

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Mélie Le Roy, « Distinct ancestries for similar funerary practices? A GIS analysis that compares funerary with biological and aDNA data from the Middle Neolithic necropolis Gurgy “Les Noisats” (Yonne, France) », Mélie Le Roy, ID : 10670/1.ioh1ot


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Mélie le Roy · Rivollat Maité · Fanny Mendisco · Marie-Hélene Pémonge · Clément Coutelier · Christine Couture · Anne-marie Tillier · Stéphane Rottier , Marie-France Deguilloux Journal of Archaeological Science, 73, p. 45-54 The French Paris Basin is well known as a complex cultural area of the Early/Middle Neolithic, particularly with respect to funerary practices. Gurgy “Les Noisats”, which is an important necropolis in the southern Paris basin, is a burial site (N = 128) associated wit...

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