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    Quote Originally Posted by V-X View Post
    Of course, but on this chart those people would form part of the British IA and English EMA components. Plus it just doesn't add up, if we are looking at a 75% replacement, how can areas like East Anglia which we know were some of the most heavily colonised by Anglo-Saxons, then have what looks like 35 or 40% French IA surviving from the pre-Roman period. Has to be a later introduction?

    Its not 75% replacement across the board though. Every region and sub region is nuanced. Its like viewing election results by region rather than by parish or municipality. The geographic picture will look different.

    And as Agamennon said, the number is probably inflated and more realistically around 50-60% which would actually fit with 35-45% French IA

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