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    Maps of Neolithic and Bronze Age migrations in Europe and the Near East

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    Origins, age, spread and ethnic association of European haplogroups and subclades

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    Are Bourbons Sarmatians?

    Is the Bourbon dynasty descended from the Alans, an ancient Sarmatian tribe?

    The modern day descendants of the Alans are the Ossetians. The North Ossetians in the mid northern Caucasus area of Russia belong overwhelmingly to the G2a1 subgroup (70-80% based upon available samples). The G Y-haplogroup has also been found to link the earlier Etruscans of Italy with Anatolia and the Caucasus region, particularly with Ossetians and Georgians. Today in Turkey, the southern Caucasus and Iran, where the Sarmatians originated, haplogroup G reaches the highest percentage of a regional population worldwide.

    Louis XVI Y-DNA was supposedly tested from blood in a cloth purported to have been collected at his beheading and maintained in an ornate gourd decorated with French Revolution themes, and found to be most consistent with Y-DNA type G2a3b1a.

    The Alans were overwhelmed by the Huns circa 370 AD and migrated west into Gaul and across the Pyrenees mountains into Spain. In the 5th century, Flavius Aëtius settled large numbers of Alans in various areas of Gaul in order to quell unrest. The location of Bourbonnais from where the Bourbon dynasty is located along the migratory path of the Alans through Gaul and into Spain.

    The senior Bourbon line descending from Robert, Count of Clermont, became extinct with the death of the Constable of France Charles de Bourbon in 1527. The junior line of La Marche-Vendôme remained, from which descends Henry III of Navarre, later becoming Henry IV of France. Henry's junior Bourbon line descends directly from the pre-Capetian House of Bourbon paternally so as to transmit Y-DNA characteristics.

    Henry's line continue in direct paternal descent to Louis XVI of France, and to Juan Carlos of Spain.

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