Global25 datasheet ancient scaled Global25 pop averages ancient scaled Global25 datasheet ancient Global25 pop averages ancientHere are a few of my own models for some of the more interesting of these individuals, using nMonte3 and based mainly on Iron Age (IA) reference samples. I used the same data file for all of the models; it includes scaled coordinates and is available for download here.
 distance%=3.7819 Germany_Roman:FN_2 Balkans_IA,50.6 England_IA,37.6 Nordic_IA,11.8 ...  distance%=3.6339 Germany_Medieval_outlier:STR_300 Balkans_IA,94 Iran_IA,6 ...  distance%=2.5535 Gepid_Serbia_ACD:VIM_2 Balkans_IA,35.2 Nordic_IA,28.6 Scythian_ZevakinoChilikta,26.4 Han,6 Nganassan,3.8 ...  distance%=2.9444 Ostrogothic_Crimea_ACD:KER_1 Armenia_MLBA,56.6 Balkans_IA,41 Nganassan,1.8 Han,0.6The Gepid and Ostrogoth show significant Scythian- and Armenian-related ancestry proportions, respectively. Should that be taken literally? Or do we have to wait for, say, Avar and Hunnic genomes to expect more realistic models? Update 15/03/2018: This is where many of the Medieval German samples cluster in my PCA of modern-day Northern European genetic variation (see here). Obviously, I could only run the individuals with wholly or overwhelmingly North European genomes, and most of these turned out to be the males without any signs of ACD. They look very West Germanic. The relevant datasheet is available here. Modeling genetic ancestry with Davidski: step by step