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    I am not surprised that the number that died is...

    I am not surprised that the number that died is that high, as on my Ancestry tree I seem to descend from a lot of lines that became landholding right after the Plague, including my mother's direct...
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    Northern Monkeys for the win! I have Northern...

    Northern Monkeys for the win! I have Northern English ancestry and my IQ is 125; my maternal grandfather was 100% English, with his paternal grandmother Susie Turner Whitman's family being recent...
  3. 11820This is mine, starting with the modern and...

    11820This is mine, starting with the modern and going to the distance for the Ancient (the other one in Ancient was split up into about 50 groups with an average of 2 percent for each...11821

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  4. Sicily stayed Byzantine until the traitor...

    Sicily stayed Byzantine until the traitor Euphemius handed it over to the Arabs. Then the Normans came, and left some R-U106 and I1 while completing the Latinization of the island, which had...
  5. Sticky: Oh, so they're Lombards. Makes sense, then.

    Oh, so they're Lombards. Makes sense, then.
  6. Sticky: 11794What does SZ stand for? I match those guys...

    11794What does SZ stand for? I match those guys real well.
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    11790Eleven years ago today, my old beagle Daisy,...

    11790Eleven years ago today, my old beagle Daisy, my first dog, died. The day the barking died. To this day, I still call every postal worker "Daisy's friend" sarcastically because she hated our...
  8. I always thought the Bantu languages arose in the...

    I always thought the Bantu languages arose in the area of the lower Niger River.
  9. Whoa, J2b in Sardinia?

    Whoa, J2b in Sardinia?
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    On the Ytree there are many Armenians and...

    On the Ytree there are many Armenians and Southeastern Europeans on that clade, so it seems that you are the descendant of a Roman soldier. Maybe a Thracian or Dacian perhaps, or maybe even an...
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    I am #1 match to Trumpington Meadows Bronze Age...

    I am #1 match to Trumpington Meadows Bronze Age in England!
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    People have problems with that. No one would...

    People have problems with that. No one would guess with my autosomal of 40% English, 25% Irish, 20% German (predominantly Franconian-by this I mean the entire stem duchy of Franconia, not just the...
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    Wow, you're R1b and most of your matches aren't. ...

    Wow, you're R1b and most of your matches aren't. I am R1a and 2/3 of my matches are R1b.
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    Yeah, most of the groups I match with are...

    Yeah, most of the groups I match with are predominantly R1b.
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    11725This is my K12b

    11725This is my K12b
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    It appears Xi Jinping, good old Chairman Pooh, is...

    It appears Xi Jinping, good old Chairman Pooh, is from Shaanxi proper ancestrally and not a Hakka. His family is from Fuping County, not too far from the ancient Chinese capital of Xi'an.
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    I wonder if she'll show up in MyTrueAncestry; if...

    I wonder if she'll show up in MyTrueAncestry; if so, I would probably match her (as I do the gladiators from York, having ancestry from Yorkshire and Lancashire), as there was strong settlement in my...
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    I always thought the socially liberal/fiscally...

    I always thought the socially liberal/fiscally moderate or conservative types were dangerously naive. You can either have traditional family and churches or you can have the welfare state, but...
  19. Thread: Merry Yule

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    Yeah, that was the Catholics. And we Germans...

    Yeah, that was the Catholics. And we Germans came up with the idea of the Christmas tree, so people who aren't German and have trees, that is cultural appropriation! Whatever you celebrate, don't...
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    Well, according to YFull, there are four guys...

    Well, according to YFull, there are four guys with it at their database and they live in Connecticut, Morocco, Cameroon, and Gambia. Studying upstream leads me to believe Morocco is closest to the...
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    I think modern Hungarian mtdna would more reflect...

    I think modern Hungarian mtdna would more reflect the medieval, conquest mtdna than the y chromosomes, as the Hungarian male population was decimated in costly wars against the Mongols and the...
  22. I suppose you're right, I guess I am applying...

    I suppose you're right, I guess I am applying Weberian hypotheses a little too far. It's just probably that I don't see societies with strong intergenerational familial bonds as individualistic.
  23. I know Europeans aren't particularly religious...

    I know Europeans aren't particularly religious nowadays, but it seems to me that the countries that were/are Protestant are more individualistic and the countries that are/were Catholic more...
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    G-L91? That's farmer DNA! My Dad wanted to have...

    G-L91? That's farmer DNA! My Dad wanted to have a farmer y-haplogroup, but no, Fritz, you have to be content with the fact that we are steppe barbarians, flooding into the South Baltic from the...
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