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Viking Invasion Map - This one has a good link!

Map showing the principal routes of Viking invasion of England and Europe. Note in particular the arrow that shows a primary invasion route past the Isle of Man and directly into Lancashire.

People of the British Isles (POBI)  “The people of Wales and Cornwall are different from the rest of southern and central England,” said Peter Donnelly, professor of statistical science at Oxford University and director of the Wellcome Trust centre for human genetics.

'The people of Wales and Cornwall are different from the rest of southern and central England' - Peter Donnelly, Professor of Statistical Science, Oxford University and Director of the Wellcome Trust Centre for Human Genetics.

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Sardinian People: [Genetics] Y-Dna Haplogroups distribution in Sardinians

Cutaway picture of a Viking house

Cutaway picture of a Viking house. Previous pinner wrote: The door is in the wrong place, for a typical Viking longhouse the door should be off centre on one of the long walls.

It’s been almost 400 years since the good ship Mayflower landed in 1620 with the progenitors of a new nation. Estimates on how many little pilgrims they’ve left behind today range from 20+ to 35+ million. Here is a sampling of Mayflower offspring who made good (and a few who might have strayed a bit from their Puritan roots). Looking for… Read more

It’s been almost 400 years since the good ship Mayflower landed in 1620 with the progenitors of a new nation. Here is a sampling of Mayflower offspring who made good (and a few who might have strayed a bit from their Puritan roots).

Hey teaparty nutcakes/republicons  Right here! The real official american language 's' I don't see english on here anywhere!  LOL you fail!

An Overview Map of North and Middle America Indian Nations . (The National Geographic has also produced a detailed North American Indian Cultures maps.

A million Vikings still live among us: One in 33 men can claim to be direct descendants from the Norse warriors | Daily Mail Online

A million Vikings still live among us

The Viking descendant population is much more prominent up in the northern parts of the British Isles. One in 33 men can claim to be descendants of the Vikings.

The 'battle-field' of England in the 7th century. These kingdoms fought each other until they were unified...  -About History-

A Map of Britain AD 525 © Nash Ford Publishing - The Saxons settlements expand a little in the far North and in Sussex and Wessex, notably taking over the Isle of Wight.

House of Tudor 1485 - 1603 family tree

My Bullen ancestors are supposed to be related to Anne Boleyn, therefore Elizabeth I. ALady House of Tudor 1485 - 1603 family tree

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Map : Viking Settlements in the British Isles . - Because Vikings WERE part of British history, along with the Roman Empire.

Map : Viking Settlements in the British Isles . - Because Vikings WERE part of British history, along with the Roman Empire.

I've told my mom over and over again that people from the Shetland islands have stronger Scandinavian ties not Scottish in their genetics, but she won't listen.
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