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    Quote Originally Posted by W‚ldpykjong View Post
    King Finn... and W‚ldpyk the Anglian warlord! Spot the differences

    Hair-gelled? And wonky eyes...? Else than that, a fine, impressive, robust Anglo-Saxon specimen!

    Also - that sloping forehead, unmistakably Nordic!

    Quote Originally Posted by Finn View Post
    Finn Folcwalding the Friso-Saxon king is ready for inspection:



    (with thanks to my heritage)
    Now that's a more friendly and focused composure! Can't quite estimate that nasion depression though...

    Quote Originally Posted by Webb View Post
    I found the Osteological Report on Sed020/S1016:

    http://pauldocherty.com/project/an-osteological-report/
    Ca 180cm? A big one.

    "S1016 was a male who was between 172-187cm tall and of solid build. He was aged between 35-44 years old at the time of death and the evidence of skull trauma suggest he was executed by a severe blow to the head. During life, he had been hard working and given the size and strength observed throughout his skeletal frame had eaten a healthy diet. "


    Cranium not too large it would seem. Only 187 by 142. Big guy, small head!

    That might be a reason why he got a mighty whack over it in the end...
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    Quote Originally Posted by Roslav View Post
    Hair-gelled? And wonky eyes...? Else than that, a fine, impressive, robust Anglo-Saxon specimen!

    Also - that sloping forehead, unmistakably Nordic!



    Now that's a more friendly and focused composure! Can't quite estimate that nasion depression though...



    Ca 180cm? A big one.

    "S1016 was a male who was between 172-187cm tall and of solid build. He was aged between 35-44 years old at the time of death and the evidence of skull trauma suggest he was executed by a severe blow to the head. During life, he had been hard working and given the size and strength observed throughout his skeletal frame had eaten a healthy diet. "


    Cranium not too large it would seem. Only 187 by 142. Big guy, small head!

    That might be a reason why he got a mighty whack over it in the end...
    leptorhine, and one more and the my heritage king Finn show is over....

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    Quote Originally Posted by Roslav View Post
    Hair-gelled? And wonky eyes...? Else than that, a fine, impressive, robust Anglo-Saxon specimen!

    Also - that sloping forehead, unmistakably Nordic!



    Now that's a more friendly and focused composure! Can't quite estimate that nasion depression though...



    Ca 180cm? A big one.

    "S1016 was a male who was between 172-187cm tall and of solid build. He was aged between 35-44 years old at the time of death and the evidence of skull trauma suggest he was executed by a severe blow to the head. During life, he had been hard working and given the size and strength observed throughout his skeletal frame had eaten a healthy diet. "


    Cranium not too large it would seem. Only 187 by 142. Big guy, small head!

    That might be a reason why he got a mighty whack over it in the end...
    Nordic or not whatever.... Take it with a grain of salt

    Hair-gelled very stereotypical Dutch so I give you that one!

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    Seriously now, some really cool pictures here! Almost take you back in time for a split-second Those Anglian and Saxon ancestors of old must surely be proud.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Finn View Post
    leptorhine, and one more and the my heritage king Finn show is over....


    As much as I like this one, I think the one of you at the helm of your ship, leading your Nerthus loving, seax carrying gang of pirates out on a raid is better. So I glad you’re switching.
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    Quote Originally Posted by New_Englander View Post
    Danelaw could be a factor as well. And wouldn’t Essex be Saxon?

    Are the percentages in these maps the percentage of testers overall who belong to either R-U106 or I1 per county, or the percentage of R-U106 or I1 testers who come from (or more likely trace their lineage to) each county?
    It’s based on where the oldest known patrilineal ancestor comes from…self reported
    The % is of all haplogroups.
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    https://anthrogenica.com/showthread....Y-DNA-projects

    Yes name wise Essex should be Saxon. But it was also Danelaw and part of East Anglia.
    East Anglia was ruled by the Wuffingas dynasty in the 7th and 8th centuries, but fell to Mercia (Angles) in 794, and was conquered by the Danes in 869, to form part of the Danelaw
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    Quote Originally Posted by Roslav View Post
    Hair-gelled? And wonky eyes...? Else than that, a fine, impressive, robust Anglo-Saxon specimen!

    Also - that sloping forehead, unmistakably Nordic!
    lol... but the nose is too concave, definitely has a British rather than Nordic one. It's those EEF genes.
    YDNA: R1b-BY50830 Stepney, London, UK George Wood b. 1782 English <-> Bavarian cluster 1100 BC
    m gf YDNA: ?? Gurr, James ~1740, Smarden, Kent, England.
    m gm YDNA: R1b-P311+ Beech, John Richard b. 1780, Lewes, England
    m ggf YDNA R1b-U106 Thomas, Edward b 1854, Sittingbourne, Kent
    p ggf YDNA: R1b-Z17901. Gould, John Somerset England 1800s.
    p ggf YDNA: R1b-L48. Scott, William Hamilton Ireland(?) 1800s

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    Welch: early 1800s E-M84 Kent, England.

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    Quote Originally Posted by JMcB View Post
    As much as I like this one, I think the one of you at the helm of your ship, leading your Nerthus loving, seax carrying gang of pirates out on a raid is better. So I glad you’re switching.
    Thanks. Nevertheless the difference is these my heritage pictures are fitting very well. In fact the overgrown features are real not foto shopped, my heritage has really done the job very good. Like to see Saxon or Viking or King JmcB!
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    Quote Originally Posted by ADW_1981 View Post
    lol... but the nose is too concave, definitely has a British rather than Nordic one. It's those EEF genes.
    In reality my nose is straight.. Like I said, these things should be taken with a (heavy) grain of salt. AI pictures don't tell us that much

    I'm maybe pushing it but with my wife's permission I present her as the princess of the W‚lden



    For comparison the Saxon princess of Zweloo!



    https://en.m.wikipedia.org/wiki/Princess_of_Zweeloo
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    Quote Originally Posted by Finn View Post
    Thanks. Nevertheless the difference is these my heritage pictures are fitting very well. In fact the overgrown features are real not foto shopped, my heritage has really done the job very good. Like to see Saxon or Viking or King JmcB!
    Iíve seen how they do them, so I figured you must have grown a beard since the last picture you posted. I couldnít find a suitable face forward picture of myself, so I didnít try out their latest feature. Perhaps itís fitting, because most of the Kings and Vikings Iíve read about never made it to my age. As they say: ďUneasy lies the head that wears a crown.Ē
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