Genetic characterization of ancestral French populations using ancient DNA – ANCESTRA
I was asking for French samples. Well well!! This is very exciting.
The aim of ANCESTRA is to reconstruct the peopling of the territory of present-day France by characterizing the different waves of human...
She's mentioned in this Timeline documentary about Britain's bloodiest dynasty (the Plantagenets): https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=SV__onzXDIU&t=9s
I love those docs, they're so interesting!
A French documentary about her, by St?phane Bern: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=JmkfSp2UJTw
Thanks for the list, I'll definitely check them out!
It's high time I watch The Leopard at last.
1900 is with Gerard Depardieu, I see.
They all look good, I think I'll start with Il Postino since it's set in Procida.
Oh, and The Medici looks great too. I love that kind of series.
Yes, I love that kind of movie! But I'm no historian so I'm not particularly obsessed with perfect historical accuracy (there are history books for that). For ie, La Reine Margot was not particularly accurate but I enjoyed it. I also love all the TV series like The Crown, Victoria or Wolf Hall...
La r?volution fran?aise by Robert Enrico is a good 2-part movie.
Elizabeth, and Elizabeth the Golden Age
The Wind that shakes the barley
La reine Margot
Joyeux No?l - beautiful movie about the Christmas truce of 1915
The lives of others
The King's speech
My ggmother's surname (Scotto d'Ardino) is non existent in Italy. I only found a few instances, and only outside Italy among descendants of Procida immigrants. It seems it is one of those surnames which has died out? I'm also wondering why the surnames Scotto and "Scotto di …" are so prominent...