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Archaeology, ancient DNA and the changing nature of the horse-human relationship in Prehistory

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Mim Bower pioneered the use of ancient DNA in archaeology at Cambridge and has an eclectic research career, but the bulk of her research has been on the genetic consequences of the domestication of horses. This talk presents the results of a large-scale study of horse genetic diversity across the Eurasian continent and explores the changing nature of the relationship between horses and humans from Prehistory to the present day. This is an addition to our original programme.

This talk is part of the Fen Edge Archaeology Group series.

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