(Organizing my thoughts and studies on this topic thus far.)
Modern Day Arabs and Their Father Abraham
May 18, 2014 - These days some even pay for expensive DNA tests to see if they can determine their ancestry. Others comb through paper documents, …
May 21, 2014 - At her own blog this post was tagged “DNA analysis”. Do you know who discovered that DNA could be categorized into 7 basic groups?
Apr 2, 2016 - Hundreds of relics were recovered, but some experts were not convinced the bones belonged to the military leader and wanted DNA tests done ...
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21 May 2014
|English: The Stone of Destiny. Replica, original is now in Edinburgh Castle (Photo credit: Wikipedia)|
One of the blogs I like or follow is The Freelance History Writer, published by history lover, Ms. Susan Abernethy. She started out writing about women's history and then decided to diversify.
Ms. Abernathy's love for this subject was recognized and appreciated by a reputable non-profit organization, and she was asked to write a guest post for them. She holds the honor of being the first guest blogger for Ancient History Encyclopedia. The title of her guest post is Scota: Mother of the Scottish People. At her own blog this post was tagged “DNA analysis”. Do you know who discovered that DNA could be categorized into 7 basic groups? What do you know "Lia Fail"?
This historical adventure really took me places.
Thanks Ms. Abernathy! :)
Theft in 1950 of the Stone of Scone from Westminster Abbey.
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Links of Interest:
- Stoneof Destiny taken from Westminster Abbey ( educationscotland.gov.uk )
Stone of Destiny
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