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    I am trying to say he doesn't have much Celtic he...

    I am trying to say he doesn't have much Celtic he has Norman Frank Lombard etc He has some Scottish late Bronze Age

    The ancient Celts were various population groups living in several parts of...
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    I got Niedersachsen close to the Elbe river. Did...

    I got Niedersachsen close to the Elbe river. Did they tell you your Mother's main haplogroup? I wonder if it was the male equivalent of my Paternal line which is I-S24 Saxon. Interesting how you have...
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    That's exactly where I am Kent, South East your...

    That's exactly where I am Kent, South East your results were extremely close to my Father's family who is from Norfolk and Kent. That's why the question of mine came up he is also Irish/Welsh but...
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    Thank you. I was simply trying to say the...

    Thank you. I was simply trying to say the haplogroup would have been unusual for him since he is not purely Mediterranean, certainly not a full ''pre historic coastal Eastern Mediterranean''. His...
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    If this is the case, I wonder what they assume...

    If this is the case, I wonder what they assume the Phoenicians to be haplogroup wise or the Berbers of North Africa ( kabyle )
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    Why is that funny? Less usual for I assume you...

    Why is that funny? Less usual for I assume you are Portuguese given your location. I do not believe that the dominant heritage of ''King Tut'' was E1b1b1a1b2-v22 would have been his dominant...
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    Matty, are your English family from South East...

    Matty, are your English family from South East England or South West England? If so the largest ''Germania'' input to your genetics is typical.
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    Probably lol.

    Probably lol.
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    Sorry Al Pacino is better, at acting anyway. I...

    Sorry Al Pacino is better, at acting anyway. I don't know about the quality of Salma and her acting skills. :)
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    https://www.sanger.ac.uk/news/view/crusaders-made-...

    https://www.sanger.ac.uk/news/view/crusaders-made-love-and-war-genetic-study-finds?fbclid=IwAR23_lb83vhy5IxyXliRiB6AuLlc1-BOSO511KURyZ-Sbubf6RCzr93f6iM

    By Near Eastern they mean PIE Anatolian ....
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    Not one song but rather a ''compilation'' of...

    Not one song but rather a ''compilation'' of several. Interesting facts included. VVVV


    https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=oxRZwjVkPDo&list=RDoxRZwjVkPDo&start_radio=1
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    Lol what?....

    Lol what?....
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    I have answered both you and Angela above. I...

    I have answered both you and Angela above. I don't share dogmatic views about the Mycenaean or the Minoans since there have been recent tests and blogs proving exactly who and what they are including...
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    I am not flat out wrong about anything since me...

    I am not flat out wrong about anything since me coming back users either misunderstood my point or have their own opinion as to what I actually mean. I don't like hearing from people ''you are that...
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    Also please stop saying ''you wrote'' I know what...

    Also please stop saying ''you wrote'' I know what I wrote that's just patronising to the people you want to respond to.
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    [QUOTE=Demetrios;584497]You write, "What's the...

    [QUOTE=Demetrios;584497]You write, "What's the confusion? I named the oldest Greek populations in the world and made broad sweeping statements about how they COULD be related to either Minoan or...
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    Ok but I don't think my result changed into a...

    Ok but I don't think my result changed into a different time with those people
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    Why would that be wrong...But everything else ok?

    Why would that be wrong...But everything else ok?
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    Not sure where my comment went but yes. But look...

    Not sure where my comment went but yes. But look it up online.
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    The Romans were in England as you know it's...

    The Romans were in England as you know it's possible that those type of people who were more of a Romance/Slavic mix the Illyrians could have settled there.

    Everywhere is mixed nothing is set in...
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    https://mytrueancestry.com/c/image.py?&j=v4bhwcfi2...

    https://mytrueancestry.com/c/image.py?&j=v4bhwcfi2h&s=pcam

    https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=Q5cj7mv6qg4 TUSCANY PER UOMO by Aramis REVIEW
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    Meaning? I am entitled to my opinion I didn't say...

    Meaning? I am entitled to my opinion I didn't say Dinarics are not strong/and or noble looking. Anyway let's stick to the subject.
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    I prefer his looks to the very Dinaric and Celtic...

    I prefer his looks to the very Dinaric and Celtic looking Romans...Looks Alpine/Dinaric mixed?
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    What's the confusion? I named the oldest Greek...

    What's the confusion? I named the oldest Greek populations in the world and made broad sweeping statements about how they COULD be related to either Minoan or Mycenaean Greeks. What's the confusion...
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    There are Muslims throughout history who have...

    There are Muslims throughout history who have allied themselves with Christians the Crusaders didn't hurt the Alevis/Shia because of their Semi Christian ideals. Many Sultans in the Ottoman rule...
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