The dual origin of tati‐speakers from dagestan as written in the genealogy of uniparental variants

  title={The dual origin of tati‐speakers from dagestan as written in the genealogy of uniparental variants},
  author={Stefania Bertoncini and K. Bulayeva and G. Ferri and Luca Pagani and L. Caciagli and L. Taglioli and I. Semyonov and O. Bulayev and G. Paoli and S. Tofanelli},
  journal={American Journal of Human Biology},
  • Stefania Bertoncini, K. Bulayeva, +7 authors S. Tofanelli
  • Published 2012
  • Biology, Medicine
  • American Journal of Human Biology
  • Tat language is classified in an Iranian subbranch of the Indo‐European family. It is spoken in the Caucasus and in the West Caspian region by populations with heterogeneous cultural traditions and religion whose ancestry is unknown. The aim of this study is to get a first insight about the genetic history of this peculiar linguistic group. 
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