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Queen of Sheba and King Solomon- GENETIC LINKS

Queen of Sheba and King Solomon- GENETIC LINKS

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New research of the Cambridge scientist which gives new light of credibility without any doubts about the genetic links between Ethiopians and people from the Middle East!
New research of the Cambridge scientist which gives new light of credibility without any doubts about the genetic links between Ethiopians and people from the Middle East!

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Published by: dstrossmayer on Jun 21, 2012
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-Queen of Sheba and King Solomon- genetic links which proves this legend from Bible and Quran-
The Queen of Sheba's genetic legacy may live on in Ethiopia, according to new research that finds evidence of long-ago genetic mixing between Ethiopian populations and Syrian and Israeli people.The Queen of Sheba, known in Ethiopia as Makeda, is mentioned in both the Bible and the Quran. The Biblediscusses diplomatic relations between this monarch andKing Solomon of Israel, but Ethiopian tradition holds thattheir relationship went deeper: Makeda's son, Menelik I, the first emperor of Ethiopia, is said to be Solomon'soffspring.Whether this tale is true or not, new evidence reveals close links between Ethiopia and groups outside of Africa.Some Ethiopians have 40-50 percent of their genomes that match more closely with populations outside of Africa

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