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Ilyin, A. S. (1995). Preliminary Observations of Pathological Changes in Human Bone Remains from Kuteiniki Kurgan 2, a Burial of Khazar Times. In Archaeological Cultures of Eurasian Steppes of the Second Half of the I Millennium CE. Abstracts of the Conference, Samara.

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  • TITLE: Excavated DNA from Two Khazar Burials

    AUTHORS: Anatole A. Klyosov, Tatiana Faleeva

    KEYWORDS: Khazars, Haplogroups, Haplotypes, DNA Genealogy, TMRCA, Mutation Rates

    JOURNAL NAME: Advances in Anthropology, Vol.7 No.1, January 18, 2017

    ABSTRACT: To understand a biological tribal affiliation (in terms of Y-chromosomal haplogroups, subclades, and haplotypes) of two excavated Khazar bone remains in the lower Don region in the south of Russia, we have extracted and analyzed their DNA and showed that both belonged to haplogroup R1a and its subclade Z93. The pattern could be considered typically “Turkic”, and not a Jewish DNA lineage. Their haplotypes were also identified and reported here. The haplotypes indicate that both Khazars were unrelated to each other in a sense that their common ancestor lived as long as 1500 - 2500 years earlier than them, in the middle of the II millennium BC—beginning of the I millennium BC, during typically Scythian times or somewhat earlier. Their haplotypes are unrelated to well-known Jewish haplotypes of haplogroup R1a.