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Old 02-07-2019, 03:17 AM
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When you actually stop and think about a blood descent from a royal or noble ancestry, you also have to look at the history. Back then too, the mores of sexual relationships weren't as they are now. It was a time when brothers married half sisters and had concubines and sex was not free again until sex, drugs and rock n' roll ruled n the 60s and 70s. Monogamous relationships weren't the norm. Who survived and who didn't depended on that. Then we have the great purge which wiped a lot of us out in the Middle Ages.

We're talking back to the times from Alexander the Great who died in 323 CE. He could have had multiple offspring but... think about it.... how many may have died in the years following due to poor health, famine and the ultimate destroyer.. the plague through the centuries of the Middle Ages.

I'll put my descent from the Anunnaki as a priority before Alexander.

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Old 02-07-2019, 04:08 AM
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Some historian believes that Ptolemy I of Egypt was alleged (Illegitimate) half brother of Alexander. Which makes Cleopatra one of his descendants. obviously not a direct descendant

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Old 02-07-2019, 04:35 AM
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Talking about Cleopatra, for those interested in her and her descendants there's an excellent podcast called "The ancient world" where one of the series tracks her family line through the roman world for as long as it's possible. Ironically several of Cleopatra's descendants sat on the Imperial throne.
Naturally dealing with sources from the antiquity is tricky, but the pod is generally well researched and in tune with modern views of the period.
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Old 07-17-2019, 10:13 AM
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Hello !
Are there living descendants of Alexander the Great ?
I remember going on a forum and seeing something about alexander ros, a supposed illegitimate son of alexander the great. I forget which website the person found this but they said they couldn't find any thing about it. Somethinga bout Karlal Shah claiming descent from Alexander the Great
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Old 08-18-2019, 04:14 AM
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You can clearly denote shared dna from the father, who apparently was the more alpha male of the two. Although ATG dwarfs the father in historical terms and military endeavors.

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That's fascinating, I will do some research. I would like to hear more from you

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Hi there...we have document lineage from iskandar, alexander the great
We are small kingdom in indonesia, called huristak kingdom (the nane of huristak come from oriestak n come from orissa in india), n join indonesia in 1947

How about this

Family of Achaeus I + and Aesopia OF MACEDONIA

In sumatra we told the we are cone from princess aesopia (daughter of akexander n roxanne)

We have sone document that keep from old tines before
That's fascinating, I will do some research. I would like to hear more from you
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It is impossible to prove, his only legitimate child was killed at 13 but he likely had illegitimate ones. royalty today canít trace that far beyond Charlemagne with absolute certainty

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