The content is about a new method developed by scientists to study ancient civilizations. They use a technique known as “Phylogenetic Analysis of Ancient DNA” (aDNA) to extract and analyze DNA from ancient human remains. By comparing the genetic information from different individuals, researchers can create a family tree or lineage for a particular population. This helps them understand the demographics, migration patterns, and social dynamics of ancient societies. The process involves extracting DNA from bones or teeth, sequencing it, and comparing it to the genetic data of modern populations. The researchers have successfully applied this method to study the genetic history of ancient Rome, Viking settlements, and various indigenous tribes in the Americas. This new technique provides valuable insights into human history, challenging traditional archaeological methods and shedding light on previously unknown aspects of ancient civilizations.

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