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    Quote Originally Posted by Clinton P View Post
    A bid to find the remains of England's King Richard III is starting more than 500 years after his death on a Leicestershire battlefield.

    Read about it here

    University of Leicester spokesman Richard Taylor said: "If remains are found that are suspected to be those of Richard III, they will be subject to DNA analysis at the University of Leicester where DNA fingerprinting was originally discovered."

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    Looks like they've found something. Interesting to turn up this old king's remains after all these centuries.

    http://www.timesofmalta.com/articles...eleton-.437012

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    Complete Mitochondrial DNA Sequences of Ancient New Zealanders
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    Origin of the Romani People Pinned Down, and It's India
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    Northern Europeans and Native Americans More Closely Related than Previously Thought
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    Quote Originally Posted by History-of-Things View Post
    Origin of the Romani People Pinned Down, and It's India
    http://www.msnbc.msn.com/id/50107632.../#.UMk1Zj15ddh

    Northern Europeans and Native Americans More Closely Related than Previously Thought
    http://www.sciencedaily.com/releases...1130151606.htm

    I found this interesting. I'm not so familiar to the term Native American? Who were they and when they came to America + did they also inhabited Latin America? Are they orginated from Middle east or so?

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    ^Oh, well, Native American is the most typical word we use in North America to describe the people here before the Vikings and Columbus, both in North and South America; they are archaically known as "American Indians" and also known particularly in Canada as "First Nations."
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    Yes and thanks.

    Are they all Indians same tribe and what about their genes?

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    Quote Originally Posted by History-of-Things View Post
    Northern Europeans and Native Americans More Closely Related than Previously Thought
    http://www.sciencedaily.com/releases...1130151606.htm
    This confirms with different tools, what has been stated years ago about mtdna X2!
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    Quote Originally Posted by zaender View Post
    This confirms with different tools, what has been stated years ago about mtdna X2!
    And some of their distant dna-relatives can be found amongst American Indians. And druze too.

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