DNA test to prove Bronze Age link
Participants will be asked for a cheek swab sample for genetic analysis.
Researchers at the University of Sheffield hope to link the migration of men in the Bronze Age to the discovery of copper.
The metal was found at both Parys Mountain on Anglesey, and on the Great Orme at Llandudno, Conwy.
The researchers are building on previous work carried out in the area which found a much higher-than-average presence of a DNA marker that is commonly found in people from the Balkans and Spain.