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Welcome to this group of genealogical studies of the origins of the direct descendants of the Celts and Britons of the ancient Britannia (today is the United Kingdom).

A warm welcome, and a firm handshake to all those direct descendants of the Great Britain (Britannia). For example: England, Scottland, Wales, Cornwall, Isle of Man, Galicia (Spain), Asturias, Cantabria, Basque Country, Brittany, north of Italy, Western Germany, Austria and Switzerland.

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R1b. Celtic Britons and Anglo-Saxons

Welcome to this group of genealogical studies of the origins of the direct descendants of the Celts and Britons of the ancient Britannia (today is the United Kingdom).

A warm welcome, and a firm handshake to all those direct descendants of the Great Britain (Britannia). For example: England, Scottland, Wales, Cornwall, Isle of Man, Galicia (Spain), Asturias, Cantabria, Basque Country, Brittany, north of Italy, Western Germany, Austria and Switzerland.

Welcome on board!

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La Historia De Mi Familia De Origen Celta Celtica Britana Britona Britónica Bretona.

http://www.myheritage.es/site-270622...y-site-23andme

R1b (S28/U152) Santi Bacque; H1i: found in Ireland and Scotland (H3i: found in Ireland and Scotland).
ADNmt/ADNm Or mtDNA/mDNA Antunez Elisabelar: H1av: found in Britain and among the Basques (H3c: found in Western Europe, including among the Basques).

- R1b (S21/U106) Pereiro Calvete; H3k found in the British Isles and northern Spain
ADNmt/ADNm o mtDNA/mDNA Ferreiro Villar: H3K found in the British Isles and the northern of Spain

- R1b (L21) Cherro Perdomo; ADNmt/ADNm Or mtDNA/mDNA H3a: found in north-west Europe
ADNmt/ADNm Or mtDNA/mDNA Pérez Díaz: H3c found in Western Europe and among the Basques

Signature.
Alejandro Aníbal Santi.

http://www.eupedia.com/europe/celtic_trivia.shtml
http://www.eupedia.com/england/trivia.shtml
http://www.eupedia.com/england/english_history. shtml
http://www.eupedia.com/europe/Haplogroup_R1b_Y-DNA.shtml"
http://www.judyandconradproductions....sification.htm
http://www.judyandconradproductions.net/clark/works/Our%20Current%20DN A%20Classification%20and%20Historical%20Locations. htm
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http://www.moonzstuff.com/dna/haplo.html

http://www.isogg.org/tree/ISOGG_HapgrpR.html

http://www.isogg.org/

http://www.isogg.org/tree/index.html
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- Britons Or Brythons (Brythonic)

* Britain, Britannia or Brittānia, the land of the Britons. Bretagne Bretayne, Breteyne, Breoton, Breoten, Bryten, Breten Breoton-lond, Breten-lond.

* England / Albion. Celtic and Angloxason origin (Angelcynn-Saesonach
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R1b (S28/U152) Santi Bacque; H1i: found in Ireland and Scotland.
ADNmt/ADNm or mtDNA/mDNA Antunez Elisabelar: H1av: found in Britain and among the Basques.

R1b (S21/U106) Pereiro Calvete; H3k found in the British Isles and northern Spain
ADNmt/ADNm or mtDNA/mDNA Ferreiro Villar: H3K found in the British Isles and the northern of Spain

Ænglisc-Angelcynn & Saesonach-Sasanach & Anglorum-Saxorum & Angul-Saxonum & Angul-Seaxan & Angli-Saxones & Angled-Ha-Saozon & Eingl-Sacsoniaid
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- Britons Or Brythons (Brythonic)

* Britain, Britannia or Brittānia, the land of the Britons. Bretagne Bretayne, Breteyne, Breoton, Breoten, Bryten, Breten Breoton-lond, Breten-lond.

* England / Albion. Celtic and Angloxason origin (Angelcynn-Saesonach
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R1b (S28/U152) Santi Bacque; H1i: found in Ireland and Scotland.
ADNmt/ADNm or mtDNA/mDNA Antunez Elisabelar: H1av: found in Britain and among the Basques.

R1b (S21/U106) Pereiro Calvete; H3k found in the British Isles and northern Spain
ADNmt/ADNm or mtDNA/mDNA Ferreiro Villar: H3K found in the British Isles and the northern of Spain

Ænglisc-Angelcynn & Saesonach-Sasanach & Anglorum-Saxorum & Angul-Saxonum & Angul-Seaxan & Angli-Saxones & Angled-Ha-Saozon & Eingl-Sacsoniaid
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Area: Baltic Sea.

Angeln or Anglia (Denmark) and Saxony | Old Saxony, Duchy of Saxony | (Germany).

Götaland or Götland [Gothia Gothland Gothenland, Gautland or Geatland] Belonging to Sweden).

Jutes (Jutland, the old name for Denmark).
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A brief history.

Information Source: Eupedia.com

http://www.eupedia.com/genetics/brit...land_dna.shtml

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Another Information Source.

http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Haplogroup_I-M253

http://www.eupedia.com/europe/Haplogroup_I2_Y-DNA.shtml

http://www.eupedia.com/europe/europe...logroups.shtml

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A latter Celtic migration took place around 500 BCE, when Central European Celts from the Hallstatt culture expanded over a large swathe of western Europe. Travelling with their families on wagons transporting their belongings, the Celts colonised most of France, Belgium and the south-east of England. Soon afterwards the classical Iron Age Celtic La Tène culture flourished around the Alps and quickly overran Gaul, northern Italy and a big part of central Europe. In the first century BCE, several La Tène tribes like the the Belgic Atrebates and the Gaulish Parisii crossed over the Channel and settled in southern England and Yorkshire. The cultural influence of La Tène spread to the whole of Ireland in the 1st century BCE. It is possible that the Picts, whose art was characteristic of the La Tène style, descended from undocumented La Tène Celts, or perhaps from an offshoot of the Parisii from Yorkshire displaced northward by the Romans.
No ancient DNA from the Hallstatt and La Tène culture has been tested to date, but it is very likely that these Celts carried a large percentage of R1b-U152 (mostly the L2 subclade), and probably low percentages of G2a3b1, I2a2b (L38) and J2b2 lineages, among others. R1b-U152 is found at low frequency almost everywhere in the British Isles, but is considerably more common in eastern and southern England (5-10%), reaching a peak of nearly 15% in East Anglia and in Kent.
The Celts colonised most of France, Belgium and the south-east of England. Soon afterwards the classical Iron Age Celtic La Tène culture flourished around the Alps and quickly overran Gaul, northern Italy and a big part of central Europe. In the first century BCE, several La Tène tribes like the the Belgic Atrebates and the Gaulish Parisii crossed over the Channel and settled in southern England and Yorkshire. The cultural influence of La Tène spread to the whole of Ireland in the 1st century BCE. It is possible that the Picts, whose art was characteristic of the La Tène style, descended from undocumented La Tène Celts, or perhaps from an offshoot of the Parisii from Yorkshire displaced northward by the Romans.

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From 410 to the middle of the 6th century, the Jutes, the Angles and the Saxons, Germanic tribes from Denmark and north-west Germany, left their homeland and migrated to what would become England. The Jutes settled in Kent and Hampshire, the Saxons in the rest of southern England as far north as the Worcestershire, while the Angles occupied the rest of England from East Anglia to Northumberland and southeastern Scotland.

A few centuries later, from around 800, Danish Vikings started raiding the coastlines of the British Isles. A large number of them settled in northern and eastern England in what would become known as the Danelaw, an area stretching from Yorkshire and Lancashire to East Anglia and the East Midlands. Since the Danelaw was essentially the land of the Angles, who were also from Denmark, it is not surprising that this region also has the highest incidence of blond hair in the British Isles today.

A lot has been written about the Anglo-Saxon conquest and historians have long debated the real genetic impact that the Anglo-Saxon had on the British population. Were the Romans and ancient Britons completely wiped out by the invaders or forced to retreat by to Wales, Cornwall and Scotland ? Did the most of the native population intermingle with Anglo-Saxons creating a new hybrid ethnic group ? What happened actually lies in between.

Germanic people brought a whole new set of paternal lineages with them, namely I1, I2a2a, R1a (L664 and Z284), R1b-U106, and to a lower extent Q1a. Those haplogroups now make up over half of all male lineages in England and Lowland Scotland.

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