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Talk, Wed 20 Nov 2019, free entry

Annual St John’s College Lecture 2019

Annual St John’s College Lecture 2019


Results from ancient human genomic research are rewriting our human history. Since sequencing of the first ancient human genome in 2010, numerous human genomes from archaeological remains have been sequenced from across the world. In many instances, their analyses have proven a powerful tool for testing of hypotheses in archaeology, anthropology, history, ecology, and even medicine. In this popular talk, Professor Willerslev will provide an overview of how ancient human genomics have changed our understanding of the human past; from Europe and Asia to the Americas and Greenland.

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Dates Times
Wed 20 Nov 2019 18:15


Free entry


Cottingham Road,



See location of Middleton Hall, University of Hull on Google mapsSee location on Google maps

Map reference: TA 077316  Lat: 53.76962 Long: -0.36742

By Road:
The University of Hull is about two miles north of the City Centre, on Cottingham Road (B1233), off Beverley Road (A1079). Easily accessible with safe free parking.

Parking: free

Accessible by Public Transport: 3 miles from Paragon Interchange station


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