also, after like 3 months and a lot of drama i finally ordered these leggings
Q:Hey bro have you found out about The Amarna Family and Ramses III's dna results yet? proving them to being sub-saharan african.
DNA Tribes has released an analysis, based on 8 forensic autosomal STR markers, of the “Amarna Pharaohs”. The analysis is based on data from Ancestry and Pathology in King Tutankhamun’s Family.
The results of the DNA Tribes analysis can be seen below:
DNA Tribes Digest for January 1, 2012: Last of the Amarna Pharaohs: King Tut and His Relatives
This month’s article features an analysis of several mummies, including the famous King Tut and
his relatives. These individuals lived in a unique time more than three thousand years ago: the
“Amarna period,” which has left a vivid archaeological record of life in pharaonic Egypt.
Y chromosome of Ramesses III
Genetic kinship analyses revealed identical haplotypes in both mummies (table 1⇓); using the Whit Athey’s haplogroup predictor, we determined the Y chromosomal haplogroup E1b1a.
DNA Tribes Digest for February 1, 2013: Ramesses III and African Ancestry in the 20th Dynasty of New Kingdom Egypt
This month’s article features a geographical analysis of autosomal DNA from two ancient
individuals: the pharaoh Ramesses III and another individual (possibly Ramesses III’s son
Pentawer), who lived more than 3,000 years ago during the 20th Dynasty of Egypt (during the
Bronze-Iron Age transition).
A previous issue of DNA Tribes® Digest identified African related ancestry for King Tut and other
royal mummies from the Amarna Period. In this issue, results indicate that the later pharaoh
Ramesses III also inherited alleles that are most frequent in present day populations of Sub-
Saharan Africa. This provides additional, independent evidence of Sub-Saharan African
ancestry (possibly among several ancestral components) for pharaonic families of ancient Egypt.
Q:So are you actually Egyptian?
No, but I’ve had a passion for Ancient Egypt/Kemet since I was in the 6th grade.
Q:No, the one with the black egyptian queen cartoon were you explain the different ancient names to describe Egypt and its people.
The book is called, “A Glance at Africa”
The ISBN Code: 1438974892