|Cardium Pottery example|
- CRS (normally H, most commonly H1)
- 93C, 224C, 311C (must be K1a1a)
- 126C, 294T, 296T, 304C (must be T2b)
- 51G, 189C, 270T (possibly U5b1b1a’d, U5b2a1a2 or some other U5b variant – my best quick survey hunch)
- CRS: Languedoc (6), Spain (3), ‘Danubian’ Central Europe (4), Sweden pseudo-foragers (1)
- 93C, 224C, 311C (K1a1a): ‘Danubian’ Central Europe only (2)
- 126C, 294T, 296T, 304C (T2b): Languedoc (2), ‘Danubian’ Central Europe (2)
- 51G, 189C, 270T (U5b?): nowhere else yet
- CRS: widespread with peaks in Sicily (28%), Wales (25%), etc.
- 93C, 224C, 311C (K1a1a): Georgians, Cypriots and Austrians are the only ones barely above 3%
- 126C, 294T, 296T, 304C (T2b): South France (4-5%), Denmark (5%).
- 51G, 189C, 270T (U5b?): Cornwall (3%), Germany and Estonia are the only other two locations above 1%.
An interesting note is that we are continuously observing the often thought as ‘Neolithic lineages’ (Y-DNA G2a, E1b1b1a1b, I2a) in these Cardium Pottery culture sites but we fail to find any of the pre-Neolithic lineages (R1b notably, which now comprises maybe half or the Y-DNA pool) even in a such presumably remote mountain site as this one. Of course the sampling is still thin but the results are kind of surprising. We can, I guess, argue that the relatively rare I2a is pre-Neolithic (???) but that doesn’t make up for the absence of R1b, which must have been there somewhere (or expanded massively later on, what would be quite surprising).