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    Sticky: So Irish Catholics in Boston etc are Anglo's? I...

    So Irish Catholics in Boston etc are Anglo's? I disagree, and so would they. It should refer to ethnic English. NW German and Dutch-Americans have as much reason to be called Anglo's (hate that...
  2. 1 - The Christianisation of the Franks began in...

    1 - The Christianisation of the Franks began in the late 5th century, while the Anglo-Saxon invasions of Britain began c.450 (from which the bulk of early English would be descended), so there is...
  3. Don't recall him mentioning it but I don't think...

    Don't recall him mentioning it but I don't think the study has any sites without CNE ancestry, going by the slide posted on the last page the Southern English sites all look like 3-way mixes.
  4. One of the researchers says categorically in this...

    One of the researchers says categorically in this podcast that the France IA ancestry was not present in the Roman or Iron Age periods, but was a significant feature of the early medieval period....
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    Sticky: Steve Hodge ...

    Steve Hodge

    https://th.bing.com/th/id/OIP.6weXkgnmE1CwmVkkcZUUmAAAAA?pid=ImgDet&rs=1
    https://c8.alamy.com/comp/G7D2F9/steve-hodge-G7D2F9.jpg...
  6. Whad'd you say woyt carnt? ...

    Whad'd you say woyt carnt?

    https://th.bing.com/th/id/OIP.wyP_GGiWSrYETLi6Wjq1MQHaE1?pid=ImgDet&rs=1
  7. Obviously not as a real Aboriginal, can't...

    Obviously not as a real Aboriginal, can't remember seeing a mixed one that looked like her but could maybe pass if you weren't paying close attention. They usually have distinctly Australoid features.
  8. Well Belgae as the main source of France IA in...

    Well Belgae as the main source of France IA in Southern England would fit best with the historical record and common sense, but we'll have to wait and see.
  9. I demonstrated that with K36. Even the West...

    I demonstrated that with K36. Even the West Midlands kits score closer on average to Dutchmen across the North Sea than to Welshmen across Offa's Dyke.

    Distance to: English_West-Midlands(n=44)...
  10. The possibility of a large 'Frankish' (but...

    The possibility of a large 'Frankish' (but French-like) element in Early Medieval England is fascinating, and not something I think anyone saw coming. I believe that much/most of this French IA blood...
  11. Probably not because it would be rude, but I...

    Probably not because it would be rude, but I would assume some foreign, eastern ancestry.
  12. How do you know it's COVID? I have no idea...

    How do you know it's COVID?

    I have no idea whether I've had it in the last 2.5 years. Had a bit of flu a year ago before vaccination, but it was nothing horrendous; actually kind of pleasant as...
  13. Di Caprio? Reminded me more of Kate Hudson. ...

    Di Caprio? Reminded me more of Kate Hudson.

    She's one quarter Russian but looks more like half because of the exotic eyes and nose, Borreby + Yeltsin.
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    Alpine + some Kelt. No Borreby. Welshman can't...

    Alpine + some Kelt. No Borreby. Welshman can't into Borreby.
  15. Thread: K36 calculator

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    Sticky: CEU (White Americans from Utah) from the Reich...

    CEU (White Americans from Utah) from the Reich dataset:

    ...
  16. Thread: K36 calculator

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    Sticky: Thanks, added, and you're welcome to edit my K36...

    Thanks, added, and you're welcome to edit my K36 sheets like the others, as you see fit :thumb001:
  17. Thread: K36 calculator

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    Sticky: Thanks to Yamyatkah (sic) from beyond the grave,...

    Thanks to Yamyatkah (sic) from beyond the grave, will take some time but I'll try to make ancient averages from that and incorporate the moderns.
  18. That ethnicity estimate again since you brought...

    That ethnicity estimate again since you brought it up:

    https://i.postimg.cc/9fv9JwGy/Got-VW-admixture-estimates.png

    Modern samples on the left:

    England - 42% Ancient Scandinavian (37%...
  19. Spread of CNE ancestry (Anglo-Saxon like) in...

    Spread of CNE ancestry (Anglo-Saxon like) in Europe during and after the Roman Empire, courtesy of JonikW again.
    https://i.postimg.cc/g0fKmR14/Screenshot-20220625-124821-2-copy-606x308.png
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  20. Thread: English music

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    Sticky: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=9OFpfTd0EIs

    https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=9OFpfTd0EIs
  21. Thread: English music

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    Sticky: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=vb59lMEtHL4

    https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=vb59lMEtHL4
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    Sticky: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=KXM2teV1tek

    https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=KXM2teV1tek
  23. I missed this quote earlier from JonikW: Not...

    I missed this quote earlier from JonikW:


    Not sure what to make of calling them Franks, but the French IA types existing alongside Anglo-Saxons and Celtic Britons? That's a surprise, and...
  24. Norb plots like a Fleming, which in light of this...

    Norb plots like a Fleming, which in light of this study makes sense, as SE England like Flanders/South Dutch looks more Germanic + Gaulish than Germanic + Brittonic.

    But much of that Gaulish blood...
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    https://i.postimg.cc/Y2bzptM0/Screenshot-20220625-125120-copy-746x408.png
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