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北海道有珠-モシリ遗址2000年前双人葬绳文人骨骼血缘分析

Kinship analysis of the Jomon skeletons unearthed from a double burial at the Usu-Moshiri site, Hokkaido, Japan

NOBORU ADACHI1), TOSHIHIKO SUZUKI2), KAZUHIRO SAKAUE1), WATARU TAKIGAWA1), NAOYUKI OHSHIMA3) and YUKIO DODO1)

1) Department of Anatomy and Anthropology, Tohoku University School of Medicine
2) Division of Dental and Craniofacial Anatomy, Tohoku University School of Dentistry
3) Board of Education Date City

Abstract  Kinship analysis was performed on a Jomon double burial from the Usu-Moshiri site in Hokkaido, Japan, using odontometric data in conjunction with mitochondrial DNA data. Q-mode correlations with respect to tooth crown measurements indicated a low similarity between the two adult female skeletons found from this burial. Moreover, mitochondrial DNA analysis revealed that these individuals were not maternal relatives. Consequently, judging from both morphological and genetic evidence, these skeletons are more likely to have been unrelated rather than consanguineous. This is the first report that provides anthropological evidence for a lack of kinship of skeletons discovered from a Jomon double burial.

Keywords:  odontological kinship analysis, ancient DNA, double burial, Jomon
Anthropological Science  Vol. 114 (2006) , No. 1 pp.29-34

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