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Paglicci 23 is the name for human remains found in Paglicci Cavemarker in Apuliamarker, Italymarker that have been dated to 28,000 years Before Present.

In 2008, a scientific team led by David Caramelly tested Paglicci 23 and found that the individual had the human mitochondrial haplogroup H; specifically, the remains had been found to be identical to the Cambridge Reference Sequence in HVR1. The result was exhaustively tested for possible contamination and replicated in a separate test.

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References

  1. D. Caramelli et al., A 28,000 Years Old Cro-Magnon mtDNA Sequence Differs from All Potentially Contaminating Modern Sequences. PLOS ONE, 2008



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