The details have been added to Ancient Western Eurasian DNA. The team actually tested remains from:Definitely interesting, but as John Hawks notes: "we need not maintain that the haplogroups presently common in East Asia have necessarily been there all that long."
- Earliest Neolithic in Hungary, the Körös (N9a, C5, H? and a novel haplogroup 16235G, 16261T, 16291T, 16293G, 16304C)
- Alföld (N1a, N9a, D1/G1a1, H?. The reported M/R24 is a partial result)
- Final Neolithic Lengyel culture (H?)
- 9th-century AD Zalavár (H?)
- 16th-century AD Dobóruszka (U3)
- 19th-century mummies from Vác Dominician Church (H?, H12, N9a. Another mummy was tested, but produced different results for teeth and bone, presumably from contamination. I have not reported these results therefore)
"East Asian" mtDNA in Neolithic Hungary?
I don't have access to the paper at the moment. According to Jean M: