Locals, resettlers, and pilgrims: a genetic portrait of three pre-Columbian Andean populations.

@article{Baca2014LocalsRA,
  title={Locals, resettlers, and pilgrims: a genetic portrait of three pre-Columbian Andean populations.},
  author={Mateusz Baca and Martyna Molak and Maciej Sobczyk and Piotr Węgleński and Anna Stankovic},
  journal={American journal of physical anthropology},
  year={2014},
  volume={154 3},
  pages={
          402-12
        }
}
The common practice of resettlement and the development of administrative and ceremonial systems shaped the population landscape of the Andean region under the Inca rule. The area surrounding Coropuna and Solimana volcanoes, in the Arequipa region (Peru), carried a high-density, multiethnic population. We studied the genetic variation among three pre-Columbian populations from three functionally diverse archaeological sites excavated in this region. By analyzing the genetic composition of a… CONTINUE READING
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