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Stranded in Europe: 1295 by YNot1989 on DeviantArt

Description Ok, this is a just a for the fun of it map, that spiraled into something a little too detailed for the context. WARNING: ASB BEYOND THIS POINT, TIME TRAVEL IS INVOLVED, AND ITS A LONG STORY You ever ask yourself of what you would do if you suddenly found yourself in the middle of Medieval Europe with only what you were holding onto at the time of your, "departure." Well I have, and being a bit of a megalomaniac type, I decided that should I ever find myself in this backwards age…

So unterschiedlich sehen die Kronen aller Königshäuser von Europa aus: 19 Bilder, die dich schlagartig klüger machen

So unterschiedlich sehen die Kronen aller Königshäuser von Europa aus: 19 Bilder, die dich schlagartig klüger machen

Researchers have found 23 distinct Irish genetic clusters in Ireland and Britain. These are most distinct in western Ireland, but less pronounced in the east. In the stock image above, the many different territories making up the British Isles, including Ireland and the UK, can be seen

Researchers at Trinity College Dublin have constructed a DNA map revealing the lasting genetic contributions from British, Scandinavian and French invasions.

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