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2014-2016

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The project is devoted to studying the impact of nomadic groups from Western, Eastern , Southern Siberia and Central Asia to the genetic structure of the Sarmatian culture populations. The aim of this project is to study the genetic features of the Sarmatians at different historical stages of their development (early Sarmatians , middle Sarmatians and late Sarmatians) and identification of their gene pool structure dynamics based on markers of mitochondrial DNA (mtDNA ) and Y- chromosomes, an assessment of the extent and nature of the genetic influence of the nomadic groups from the eastern regions of the Eurasian steppe zone (South Siberia and Central Asia) on the gene pool of Sarmatian populations at all stages of their existence. The project is based on the paleogenetic methods. In addition to the Sarmatian populations we will investigate the gene pools of some populations of South Siberia (Tagar culture and Tashtyk cultures from the Minusinsk region) in this project. To implement the project we would also involve data from other cultures of South Siberia and Central Asia, previously obtained by our scientific group (Pazyryk , Xiongnu and some other), and other data published in the scientific literature. The correlations between the genetic data concerning the impact of the population of South Siberia and Central Asia Sarmatian population on the one hand, and similar data of archeology and physical anthropology, on the other hand, will be obtained. As a result, a complex pattern of interactions between Sarmatian tribes and their eastern nomadic neighbors will be obtained. It will take into account the genetic and cultural aspects of ethno-cultural interaction between nomadic tribes in large parts of the Eurasian steppe zone. Importance of the problem is determined by the key role played by studied groups in the ancient population ethno-genetic processes in the large areas of the Eurasian steppe zone. Ancient DNA methods allowi us to obtain a new evidence about the processes of ethno-cultural interaction of ancient nomadic groups Eurasia and causes undoubted scientific novelty of the project. More... »

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