We discuss the article, what the experts are saying and lastly I give my thoughts as well.
I think it is important to remember the dangers of misconstruing Ancient DNA Studies to generalize untold numbers and populations of peoples and if we are not careful, we can contaminate an already complicated past.
I also wanted to note that I have always associated the term “Celtic” with language and material culture rather than term dealing with genetics and centuries of scholarship has had a similar stance and so, I feel that we need to be careful when using “Celtic” as a reference to DNA which could exclude other peoples who share in the material culture and language in the Celtic world.
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Link to original article: Ancient bones reveal Irish are not Celts after all
Music Attribution: Pipes, pipes, and more pipes! Irish? Scottish? Celtic? I have no idea. But sure – could be any of those. Let’s call it “Ancient British Isles”. Kevin MacLeod ~ Hidden Past.