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Re: King Tut's DNA & who is related

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  • james m clark jr
    Other than Tut s dna and a little gold he wasn t exactly a rule of any real signifacance. It was common for Egyptians to live in Greek settlements. The only
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      Other than Tut's dna and a little gold he wasn't exactly a rule of any real signifacance. It was common for Egyptians to live in Greek settlements. The only difference between Homer and Tut is Tut was more of a contemprary with the later rules of Troy that Homer superimposed the lives of men seporated by half a melinuim. I belive Tut wasn't no less than 1 1/2 centuries since the works of Homer account in 7c bce at the hight of Greek and Assyrian feats and defeats.

      If this is true regarding the dna perhaps he was adopted. Celtic Britian Gaul & Iberia have a settlement history that corasponds to the 3 wars of Troy that date to at least 1181 bce. Maternal dna has a price of freedom as well as bondage and displacement.

      be well,
      jamey

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