Male Line

Some articles on male, male line, line, males:

Eurasian Adam
... given to the man who was the common male-line (patrilineal) ancestor of all men with the single-nucleotide polymorphism mutation on the Y chromosome known as "M168" ... research, he probably lived in Africa and his descendants and his male line descendants are the only prehistoric one to survive outside of Africa into modern times ... They dominate the male population of Africa as well ...
Lewis Woodson - Early Life and Education
... was no genetic link between the Jefferson male line and the Woodson male line ... major findings were that the Y chromosome of the Jefferson male line matched that of Sally Hemings' son Eston's descendant ...
Second Stadtholderless Period - The Complicated Succession of William III in His Regnal Titles and Possessions
... had made a fideicommis (Fee tail) in his will that established cognatic succession in his own line as the general succession rule in the House of Orange ... This provision gave the succession to the male offspring of his eldest daughter Luise Henriette of Nassau in case his own male line would become extinct ... Frederick Henry's entailment happened to be the last in a long line of entailments by previous holders of the title Prince of Orange, beginning with René of Ch ...
British Princesses By Marriage - History
... for the Sovereign's younger daughters or male-line granddaughters ... The children, grandchildren, and male line great grandchildren of the British Sovereign were automatically titled "Prince or Princess of Great Britain and Ireland" and styled "Royal Highness" (in the case ...
Elisedd Ap Cyngen - Biography
... named Nest, who carried off the Province from the males, as appeareth, etc" (vol ... In order to explain the persistence of a male line claiming descent from the princes of Powys when the princely line ends with Cyngen, some authorities claim that he had no sons ... This account justifies a male line descended from the princes of Powys while also simplifying the inheritance of the principality through Nest ferch Cadell to the Gwynedd line ...

Famous quotes containing the words line and/or male:

    A modern democracy is a tyranny whose borders are undefined; one discovers how far one can go only by traveling in a straight line until one is stopped.
    Norman Mailer (b. 1923)

    Many women are reluctant to allow men to enter their domain. They don’t want men to acquire skills in what has traditionally been their area of competence and one of their main sources of self-esteem. So while they complain about the male’s unwillingness to share in domestic duties, they continually push the male out when he moves too confidently into what has previously been their exclusive world.
    Bettina Arndt (20th century)