Advances in Anthropology

Advances in Anthropology

ISSN Print: 2163-9353
ISSN Online: 2163-9361
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[1] Demic diffusion model
[2] Ancient Celts: A Reconsideration of Celtic Identity through Dental Nonmetric Trait Analysis
2021
[3] The Similar-Sounding Surnames of Haplogroup R-BY140757
2021
[4] Genetic genealogy for the study of Puerto Rican, Spanish, and Portuguese family history: Lessons from the Sotomayor, Colón, and Pereira families.
2019
[5] Genetic genealogy for the study of Puerto Rican, Spanish, and Portuguese family history: lessons from the Sotomayor, Colón, and Pereira families
2019
[6] The Y-SNP Z-381 Is a Patrilineal DNA Marker of the Royal Bourbon Family of France
2018
[7] The Decline of Contemporary Celtic Paganism in the Czech Republic: Factors in the Growth and Erosion of Czech Celtophilia.
Pomegranate, 2018
[8] European Philologies: Why Their Future Lives in Their Prehistoric Past
2017
[9] Y-Chromosomal Profile and Mitochondrial DNA of the Chevalier Bayard (1476?-1524)
2017
[10] Ancient Celts: Myth, invention or reality? Dental affinities among continental and non-continental Celtic groups
ProQuest Dissertations Publishing, 2016
[11] The Major Y-Chromosome Haplotype XI–Haplogroup R1a in Eurasia
Hereditary Genetics: Current Research, 2015
[12] Language Genesis
Advances in Anthropology, 2015
[13] The Major Y-Chromosome Haplotype XI–Haplogroup R1a in Eurasia. Hereditary Genet 4: 150. doi: 10.4172/2161-1041.1000150 Page 2 of 5 Volume 4• Issue 2 …
2015
[14] The Major Y-Chromosome Haplotype XI–Haplogroup R1a in Eurasia. Hereditary Genet 4: 150. doi: 10.4172/2161-1041.1000150 Page 2 of 5 Volume 4• …
2015
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