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A man’s discovery of bones under his pub could forever change what we know about the Irish: But over the last decade, a growing number of scholars have argued that the first Celtic languages were spoken not by the Celts in the middle of Europe but by ancient people on Europe’s westernmost extremities, possibly in... Read More
In my long post below, Celts to Anglo-Saxons, in light of updated assumptions, I had a "cartoon" demographic model in mind which I attempted to sketch out in words. But sometimes prose isn't the best in terms of precision, and almost always lacks in economy. In particular I wanted to emphasize how genes and memes... Read More
Over the past week there have been three posts which I've put up which are related. Two of them have a straightforward relation, Britons, English, Germans, and collective action and Britons, English, and Dutch. But the third might not seem related to the other two, We stand on the shoulders of cultural giants, but it... Read More
As a follow up to the previous post I've spent some of this weekend looking for the results which might shed some more light on the genetic impact of Germans on the British landscape between ~500-600 A.D. There are some problems here even assuming all other conditions are met: Northwest Europeans are already genetically rather... Read More
Quite often rather amusing articles which operate in the malleable zone between genetics and nationalism pop into my RSS feed (thanks to google query alerts). But this piece from Spiegel Online article, Britain Is More Germanic than It Thinks, actually appeals to some legitimate research in making a tongue-in-cheek nationalistic argument that the affinity between... Read More
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