Tina Wilkerson πŸ’š

9 months ago

When you start researching your Ethnicity background from your AncestryDNA to find out you are in fact a bonafide Celtic! πŸ’šβ˜˜οΈπŸ’šβ˜˜οΈπŸ’šβ˜˜οΈπŸ’šβ˜˜οΈπŸ’šβ˜˜οΈπŸ’šβ˜˜οΈ
#celtics #bonafide #iknewit #ibleedgreen #celticsnation #ancestry #inourblood πŸ’šβ˜˜οΈπŸ’šβ˜˜οΈπŸ’šβ˜˜οΈπŸ’šβ˜˜οΈπŸ’šβ˜˜οΈπŸ’šβ˜˜οΈ
"Although β€œCeltic” is often associated with the people of Ireland and Scotland, the Celts emerged as a unique culture in central Europe more than 2,500 years ago. From an epicenter in what is now Austria, they spread and settled in the areas of today’s western Germany and eastern France, generally near the Rhine and Danube Rivers. By 450 B.C., their influence and Celtic languages had spread across most of western Europe, including the areas that are now France, the Iberian Peninsula and the British Isles. The Celts either conquered or assimilated the previous inhabitants of the area, and almost all languages and cultural and religious customs were replaced. The only exception, most scholars believe, is the Basque language, which managed to persist in the Pyrenees of southern France and northern Spain.

In the early 4th century B.C., Celtic tribes in northern Italy invaded and sacked Rome, setting the stage for centuries of conflict." Via ancestry.com

When you start researching your Ethnicity background from your AncestryDNA to find out you are in fact a bonafide Celtic! πŸ’šβ˜˜οΈπŸ’šβ˜˜οΈπŸ’šβ˜˜οΈπŸ’šβ˜˜οΈπŸ’šβ˜˜οΈπŸ’šβ˜˜οΈ #celtics #bonafide #iknewit #ibleedgreen #celticsnation #ancestry #inourblood πŸ’šβ˜˜οΈπŸ’šβ˜˜οΈπŸ’šβ˜˜οΈπŸ’šβ˜˜οΈπŸ’šβ˜˜οΈπŸ’šβ˜˜οΈ "Although β€œCeltic” is often associated with the people of Ireland and Scotland, the Celts emerged as a unique culture in central Europe more than 2,500 years ago. From an epicenter in what is now Austria, they spread and settled in the areas of today’s western Germany and eastern France, generally near the Rhine and Danube Rivers. By 450 B.C., their influence and Celtic languages had spread across most of western Europe, including the areas that are now France, the Iberian Peninsula and the British Isles. The Celts either conquered or assimilated the previous inhabitants of the area, and almost all languages and cultural and religious customs were replaced. The only exception, most scholars believe, is the Basque language, which managed to persist in the Pyrenees of southern France and northern Spain. In the early 4th century B.C., Celtic tribes in northern Italy invaded and sacked Rome, setting the stage for centuries of conflict." Via ancestry.com

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marley.phillips

marley.phillips

I'm Irish and Scottish πŸ˜€

9 months ago

marley.phillips

marley.phillips

Just hopefully not twins πŸ˜‚πŸ˜‚πŸ˜‚

9 months ago

mrdth_mrtn

mrdth_mrtn

We are related.

9 months ago

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