Maps of Britain and Ireland's ancient tribes, kingdoms and DNA
Remarkable DNA study shows modern Britons still live in same tribal kingdoms as their ancestors in 600 AD. New maps show Celt, Roman, Anglo-Saxon and Viking territories in British Isles.
Researchers Uncover A Fourth Ancestral 'Tribe' To Modern Europeans
A small group of people separated from the rest of humanity for more than 10,000 years went on to make a major contribution to European and Indian genetics
The Oldest Human Genome Ever Has Been Sequenced, And It Could Rewrite Our History
Scientists have sequenced the oldest human DNA ever, extracted from 430,000-year-old samples of fossilised tooth and a thigh bones, found in Spain’s Sima de los Huesos, which translates to "pit of bones".
Iron Age and Anglo-Saxon genomes from East England reveal British migration history - Medievalists.net
British population history has been shaped by a series of immigrations, including the early Anglo-Saxon migrations after 400 CE. It remains an open question how these events affected the genetic composition of the current British population.