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In case anybody's wondering about the two new genealogies I found, they are the Ancient Genealogies (pre-1000 CE): http://wc.rootsweb.ancestry.com/cgi-bin/igm.cgi?includedb=ancient2222 and the Diane genealogy, as I will call it, which much to my delight includes apparently reliable sources!: http://wc.rootsweb.ancestry.com/cgi-bin/igm.cgi?includedb=wolfordsheppard

norenxaq will hopefully enjoy reading these.

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both of your links land on rootsweb's search page for family trees rather than to any individual trees per se
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both of your links land on rootsweb's search page for family trees rather than to any individual trees per se

OK, here's the respective links, Diane's Database is the second one:



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I believe this is what Venetian_Patritian may have seen. Now I kinda want to get back to this. Maybe I will...
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Hi KYMonarchist, I don't "grasp" what genealogy I should have seen, it's one of the links in the former post?
Your Descent form Antiquity of Juan Carlos is really very interesting, it doesn't focus on the descent from late antiquity Roman emperors Theodosius I or Valentinian I, but through lesser roman nobility directly to much older Hellenistic, Persian and Hasmonean dynasties... It postulates an alternative route to "remote" antiquity than the "well know" Caucasian route (from Arsacids to the Bagratids). Do you know if some "professional" genealogist, specialized in "Descent From Antiquity" is working on your alternative "Anatolian" route?


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Hi KYMonarchist, I don't "grasp" what genealogy I should have seen, it's one of the links in the former post?
Your Descent form Antiquity of Juan Carlos is really very interesting, it doesn't focus on the descent from late antiquity Roman emperors Theodosius I or Valentinian I, but through lesser roman nobility directly to much older Hellenistic, Persian and Hasmonean dynasties... It postulates an alternative route to "remote" antiquity than the "well know" Caucasian route (from Arsacids to the Bagratids). Do you know if some "professional" genealogist, specialized in "Descent From Antiquity" is working on your alternative "Anatolian" route?


It's presented in the first few posts leading up to Julia Quadratilla, and then the ahnentafel of Julia Quadratilla is presented in the linked thread.

As for whether any professional genealogists are tracing my Anatolian route, I don't know, the linked genealogies in this thread are contradictory over even her existence, though all include both her parents in them, just not all showing them as married with a daughter named Julia Quadratilla. When I get back into tracing this interesting genealogy, I will be able to clear you up somewhat, I hope.

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For anybody wondering about the fate of this genealogy, it is still on suspension. However, I am writing in the DFA of Juan Carlos on Ancestry.com, and perhaps when I have the lineage completed there I shall be able to post it completely on this forum. That said, I have some sad news to tell you about the Ahnentafel of Julia Quadratilla (b. ca. 100). I shall have to ask Theodore to lock that thread owing to the fact that I can't complete the Ahnentafel anymore.
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