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From: Ancient human genome-wide data from a 3000-year interval in the Caucasus corresponds with eco-geographic regions

Fig. 2

ADMIXTURE and PCA results, and chronological order of ancient Caucasus individuals. a ADMIXTURE results (k = 12) of the newly genotyped individuals (filled symbols with black outlines) sorted by genetic clusters (Steppe and Caucasus) and in chronological order (coloured bars indicate the relative archaeological dates, b white circles the mean calibrated radiocarbon date and the errors bars the 2-sigma range. c ADMIXTURE results of relevant prehistoric individuals mentioned in the text (filled symbols), and d shows these projected onto a PCA of 84 modern-day West Eurasian populations (open symbols). Dashed arrows indicate trajectories of admixture: EHG—CHG (petrol), Yamnaya—Central European MN (pink), Steppe—Caucasus (green), and Iran Neolithic—Anatolian Neolithic (brown)

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