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    Perhaps it would be best to give a relatively...

    Perhaps it would be best to give a relatively brief overview of the House of Plantagenet. It came to rule the Kingdom of England towards the end of 1154 due to the following reasons:

    1) King Henry...
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    I don't know if that was aimed at me, but I'll...

    I don't know if that was aimed at me, but I'll give it a go.

    Wikipedia says that Geoffrey of Plantagenet was laid to rest in Le Mans cathedral following his death in 1151. There is no indication...
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    How could anyone still believe in this? The only...

    How could anyone still believe in this? The only way to find the haplogroup of the Plantagenets would be through exhumations of long dead Kings and that's not going to happen soon. Let us not not...
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    Ah, so it was him. Thanks for the reply! :smile:

    Ah, so it was him. Thanks for the reply! :smile:
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    You are the first one! :) Do you know anything...

    You are the first one! :)

    Do you know anything more about this? Because I believe that the initial study in 2013 was done with 37 markers. The most recent one (that I know of) was for 67 markers....
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    Absolutely true. Being from that region, it's...

    Absolutely true. Being from that region, it's extremely frustrating.

    As for being a teacher's pet, I know the feeling. It's even worse when your mother is one of the teachers (but fortunately, she...
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    Thanks for that! I know very well what you mean,...

    Thanks for that! I know very well what you mean, which is why I stay away from some threads which could be very interesting otherwise.
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    You're welcome! I was kind of expecting a...

    You're welcome!

    I was kind of expecting a scathing retort, so that's a pleasant surprise :smile:
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    Leaving aside your personal opinions about the...

    Leaving aside your personal opinions about the merits of your local aristocracy (for now), you make an interesting point. Who would want to be related to them?

    I would. No, I am not seeking any...
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    You were exchanged with another baby? Oh, it was...

    You were exchanged with another baby? Oh, it was a rhetorical question. Silly me... :grin:
    P. S. I haven't actually read BML's book, but based on some implications I have arrived at the conclusion...
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    You may have seen this already, but according to...

    You may have seen this already, but according to Brad Michael Little's website "The King's son", the Y-Chromosomal haplogroup of the House of Hesse has been found and it is R1b-L21.

    Here's a link:...
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    Well, unless you are secretly an alien or...

    Well, unless you are secretly an alien or something not of this Earth, then you are indeed related to Thomas Jefferson :grin:
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    Yes, at least the DNA can speak even if the...

    Yes, at least the DNA can speak even if the person cannot. That's some relief.

    But then again, Bulgarian results are very confusing, due to our... interesting history.
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    You're welcome! It is nice to know someone who...

    You're welcome!

    It is nice to know someone who can link themselves to the so-called "World Family Tree". Unfortunately, it does not quite seem possible for a person from my country :(
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    I wouldn't be so sure about it, Joey. Nowhere in...

    I wouldn't be so sure about it, Joey. Nowhere in the actual interview is it actually stated that the King of Sweden belonged to the House of Wittelsbach, it was just heavily implied. Of the three,...
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    Ah, I see. I had used Genealogics to search for...

    Ah, I see. I had used Genealogics to search for any living members of the House of Ivrea, but there was nothing (legitimate or not) after the 19th century (I think). I only know about the Valperga...
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    Here is a list of the kings and queens who had...

    Here is a list of the kings and queens who had been lain to rest in the Saint-Denis Basilica. https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Basilica_of_Saint-Denis#Burials

    You write that King Dagobert I was a...
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    I'm sorry, but which known descendants of him...

    I'm sorry, but which known descendants of him were actually tested? Because apart from the Valperga family, there aren't really any agnates. There could be illegitimate ones, though.
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    Interesting that you mention this. Thanks to the...

    Interesting that you mention this. Thanks to the "efforts" of the French revolutionaries in 1793, almost nothing remains from the French kings, queens and their predecessors. I believe that the only...
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    Nikola Tsvyatkov, according to the interview with...

    Nikola Tsvyatkov, according to the interview with "geneticist" Evgeni Delev, is just a man from the Strandzha region in Southeastern Bulgaria, specifically from a village called Fakiya, which is very...
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    Some Help for Presentation Needed

    Hello, fellow Eupedians!

    I would like to request a bit of your help with a presentation I have on Tuesday. It's about how the major toy brands (LEGO, Playmobil, Hasbro, Mattel) are perceived...
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    Cheers!

    Have you tested another branch of your family/lineage? It would be interesting to see how their results compare to yours.
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    All things considered, it is much more likely for...

    All things considered, it is much more likely for the present Duke of Beaufort to be illegitimate than King Richard III himself. I suppose digging up old bodies isn't really an option, is it? :D
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    In order to shift things back to the topic at...

    In order to shift things back to the topic at hand, I have all known studies relating to the subject with a brief explanation about what was found:

    1) Genetic genealogy reveals true Y haplogroup...
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    What about the mtDNA, though? There were some...

    What about the mtDNA, though? There were some recent findings that it may not always be inherited through the mother. That's a cause for concern (if true).
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