List of DNA-tested mummies
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This is a purported list of ancient humans remains, including mummies, that may have been DNA tested. Provided as evidence of the testing are links to the mitochondrial DNA sequences, and/or to the human haplogroups to which each case has been assigned. Also provided is a brief description of when and where they lived.[according to whom?] Entries lacking a citation should be viewed with skepticism; in particular, cases with no sequence or haplogroup links, with citation, have no evidentiary basis for appearing.
- List of genetic results derived from historical figures
- List of mummies
- Human mitochondrial DNA haplogroup
- Ancient DNA
- Cambridge Reference Sequence
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