The first Brits were Finns:
>In 1996, Bryan Sykes of Oxford University first sequenced the mitochondrial DNA of Cheddar Man, with DNA extracted from one of Cheddar Man's molars. Cheddar Man was determined to have belonged to Haplogroup U5, a branch of mitochondrial Haplogroup U, which has also been found in other Mesolithic human remains. Sykes obtained DNA from the 9,000-year-old Cheddar Man's tooth and from a 12,000-year-old tooth found from the same cave.
>The age of U5 is estimated at 30-50,000 years. Approximately 11% of total Europeans and 10% of European-Americans are in haplogroup U5. In 'The Seven Daughters of Eve', this haplogroup, as well as Haplogroup U in general, is labelled 'Clan Ursula'. Haplogroup U5 is believed to be the oldest single branch of Haplogroup U, hence the sharing of the 'Ursula' designation by both groups.
U5 has been found in human remains dating from the Mesolithic in England, Germany, Lithuania, Poland, Portugal, Russia, Sweden, France and Spain. Haplogroup U5 and its subclades U5a and U5b form the highest population concentrations in the far north, in Sami, Finns, and Estonians, but it is spread widely at lower levels throughout Europe. This distribution, and the age of the haplogroup, indicate individuals from this haplogroup were part of the initial expansion tracking the retreat of ice sheets from Europe around 10.000 years ago.
First Kings of England were Finns:
Igor of Kiev
Sviatoslav I of Kiev
Vladimir I of Kiev
Yaroslav I the Wise
Iziaslav I of Kiev
Sviatopolk II of Kiev
Predslava of Kiev
Béla II of Hungary
Andrew II of Hungary
Violant of Hungary
Isabella of Aragon
Philip IV of France
Isabella of France
Edward III of England
Lionel of Antwerp, Duke of Clarence
Philippa of Ulster
Roger Mortimer, Earl of March
Richard Plantagenet, Duke of York
Edward IV of England
Elizabeth of York
James V of Scotland
Mary I of Scotland
James I of England
Elizabeth of Bohemia
Sophia of the Palatinate
George I of Great Britain
George II of Great Britain
Frederick, Prince of Wales
George III of the United Kingdom
Prince Edward Augustus
Victoria of the United Kingdom
Edward VII of the United Kingdom
George V of the United Kingdom
George VI of the United Kingdom
Elizabeth II of the United Kingdom
Many of the Elite in middle-ages in England were Finns.
Sagas tell about the Finnis:
Chronicles tell about the Kings of Tawastia, Carelia and Finland.
The first Europeans in America were not Latins, nor Viking, but Finns when the Ice Age made it actually pretty easy.
Most of the Slavic kingdoms were formed by Finns. Because Finns were subjectively calm and neutral, so their fight calmed down. Just as in Germanic tribes. DNA tells and doesn't lie.
Did you know that the word Queen comes from Kveens?
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>europe used to be "finnic" and speak and "finnic" language
>until indo-european expansion
Pojan Akka: Who frozed the waters (ice age) and yet the heroes of Kalevala made it. Though, it made it a journey to Tuonela.
In the middle ages, there were no other way to and from "east" and "west" but throught Carelian lands.
Did anyone learn anything or did I do all this for no purpose?
I've been spamming this for years and still no-one gets it.
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>Muroma and mordva are not a finns
They are technically Volga Finns. Mordvins languages are surprisingly similar to Finnish but Iranified and Slavified so much that you need to work a little to recognize words.
Thanks. I think I've tried that too, though.
The Irish were originally Sardinian
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DNA solves mysteries of ancient Ireland
PRI's The World
December 30, 2015 · 5:00 PM EST
By Christopher Woolf (follow)
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The Poulnabrone dolmen (Poll na mBrón in Irish) is a portal tomb in County Clare, Ireland, dating back to the Neolithic period, probably built 5-6000 years ago.
Let’s call her ‘Maria.’
This story is based on a radio interview. Listen to the full interview.
She’s a brown-eyed, brown-haired woman, with a face that would be right at home in the Mediterranean or the Middle East.
And she’s Irish.
She lived about 5200 years ago, and was buried near a stone monument and an ancient ring-shaped earthwork, in Ballynahatty, near Belfast. It was her people who built nearly all those megalithic tombs, monuments and stone circles, that you see in advertisements from the Irish tourism industry.
And it’s now being suggested that nearly everyone in Ireland at that time looked like Maria, like they were from the Mediterranean. And that’s because they were.
The genetic profile of these first Irish farmers indisputably originates in the Middle East. Maria’s closest modern relatives — genetically — are the inhabitants of the Italian island of Sardinia.
Well, you are the closest to the early european farmers (we are the second) and celtic irish genocided the local population when they invaded the island. I thought that was already established.
I wouldn't mind that kind of a program, Mordva women are hot no? The thing is most Finns look down on every other Finno-Ugric ethnicity(including Ingrians) so we would just rather import some nigs and arabs.
Undskyld, jeg forstår ikke hvad du siger, jeg taler ikke Mongolsk.