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Anglo-Saxon Subclade Phylogenetic tree of haplogroup (Y-DNA) - Eupedia

Link Found in Genetic Connection Between Modern Europeans and Native Americans: It has long been believed that modern Europeans descended from indigenous hunters and Middle Eastern farmers. But a new study suggests all Europeans today have DNA from a third mystery group: Ancient North Eurasians. Northern Europeans have more indigenous hunter DNA, while southern Europeans have more DNA from the Middle East.

Europe's family tree has a THIRD branch

Europeans have DNA from Ancient North Eurasians. This group also contributed DNA to people who travelled across the Bering Strait, according to a study by Harvard Medical School in Boston.

Cynric-King of Wessex-son of Cerdic~King from 534-560. During his reign it is said that he captured Old Sarum and that in 556 he and his son Ceawlin won a battle against the Britons at Beranburh (Barbury Castle).

House of Wessex Family Tree. Cynric, King of Wessex, son of Cerdic, was King from During his reign it is said that he captured Old Sarum and that in 556 he and his son Ceawlin won a battle against the Britons at Beranburh (Barbury Castle).

Slytherin would have been from Wessex, while Gryffindor would have been Celtic West Country, below Wales where Helga was from. The question would be where Rowena hailed from in Scotland.

Heptarchy: History of the Heptarchy, the seven kingdoms of Anglo-Saxon England.

Maps of Anglo-Saxon England | Kemble

The Battle of Brunanburh is largely unknown to all but the most die-hard buffs of Anglo-Saxon or Viking history. But it is a battle that deserves to be remembered. For it was the largest and bloodiest battle fought in Anglo-Saxon England prior to Hastings

Origin Hunters - Genetic Genealogist: Getting More From Your Autosomal DNA: Genetic Family Trees

For years, genealogists have been able to use Y-DNA to validate paternal pedigrees and sort surnames into family groups.

English Shires in the 10th Century

English Shires in the century. I wonder about the age of this map. It lloks old bu t presumably it is not 1000 years old. (The spelling is a bit too good). So, if it's not as old as it looks, is it accurate?

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