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    A common cultural origin might explain what the...

    A common cultural origin might explain what the Bretons and Alans appreciated in each other after 451.
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    Caps-lock key requires attention.

    Caps-lock key requires attention.
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    Albret/Labrit rulers of Navarre

    As far as Basque L21 goes, there’s a plausible medieval contribution: the prolific Albret/Labrit family, whom I suspect to be a (self-conscious) part of the wide-ranging Late Antique British diaspora.
  4. What I do know, confidently, is that N, O, P, Q...

    What I do know, confidently, is that N, O, P, Q and R descend from K2 and that K2* is Australian Aboriginal.
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    Wouldn’t it be fun if Rollo had L21!

    Wouldn’t it be fun if Rollo had L21!
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    B is gorillas, yes?

    B is gorillas, yes?
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    O+ is frequent everywhere: I, my mother and...

    O+ is frequent everywhere: I, my mother and sister, and my first generation Malaysian Chinese wife have it.
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    Any data specifically for eastern Cambridgeshire...

    Any data specifically for eastern Cambridgeshire and western Suffolk? My Tweed ancestors have a Brythonic surname, identify with the Welsh, and are recorded in south-east England parish registers...
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    In Brittany in the 930s, the Loire Viking leaders...

    In Brittany in the 930s, the Loire Viking leaders had Breton names. So there may be more “Celtic rebel” involvement in Viking than is commonly portrayed.
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