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    Poll: You don't know what you're missing! It doesn't...

    You don't know what you're missing! It doesn't look great but tastes great. I have eaten much more disgusting foods on my travels abroad.
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    Maybe Robert... I am not denying the Gaelic...

    Maybe Robert... I am not denying the Gaelic presence in Scotland but rather that it may have been present for a long before the 5th century and that the people of Argyll and the Hebrides shared...
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    Where is the evidence for this?

    Where is the evidence for this?
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    The Picts were a mix of various Brythonic tribes,...

    The Picts were a mix of various Brythonic tribes, just separated from the Romanised tribes further south and west.. who as you suggest would also have been Celtic.
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    Not according to any Scottish historians I know...

    Not according to any Scottish historians I know of! There is no proof of any mass migration or invasion by Gaels in to Scotland, more likely the Argyll and the Isles were closer to the North of...
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    England doesn't have an army btw!

    England doesn't have an army btw!
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    Edinburgh is a great City, my favourite in the...

    Edinburgh is a great City, my favourite in the world. In terms of what to see the city is pretty compact so start at the Royal Mile which runs all the way up to the Castle (Castle is pretty expensive...
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    Thanks Sparky! I suppose only time will tell...

    Thanks Sparky! I suppose only time will tell how/when the subclade came to UK.
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    I have looked a little deeper in to this over the...

    I have looked a little deeper in to this over the last few months and from what I can gather it looks more like my subclade was a predecessor of Dinaric so it's unlikely I have a Illyrian/Tharacian...
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    Are there any concrete theories on where the...

    Are there any concrete theories on where the split between Disles and Dinaric ocurred? And/or when it ocurred?
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    Thanks Sparky, that clears things up a little....

    Thanks Sparky, that clears things up a little. Can I ask what you mean by the geographical implications for Dinaric?
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    Hi Sparky, I contacted Bernie Cullen and have...

    Hi Sparky, I contacted Bernie Cullen and have emailed my results in detail and he is suggesting Disles-B. I would doubt any recent input from outside Scotland, my Paternal line has been in Central...
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    I am really, really sorry! I have edited my...

    I am really, really sorry! I have edited my earlier post and hope it now meets with your approval.
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    It's CTS10936+ Sparky.

    It's CTS10936+ Sparky.
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    Hi Sparky, I have looked at my genetic signature...

    Hi Sparky, I have looked at my genetic signature and I can see CTS10936 but no CTS5966 or L147.2. Does that suggest Disles?
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    Thanks for the replies guys, I will follow your...

    Thanks for the replies guys, I will follow your advice and do a little research. Finding this all really interesting ;)
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    New and looking for help

    Hi there,

    I have just recieved my results and am really confused by what they mean. I am Scottish and as far as I can trace my Fathers line back is Scottish, specifically from the Highlands and...
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