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From: "M.Sjostrom" <>
Subject: Countess Sancha Fernandez wife of Count Froila Ramírez
Date: Sun, 9 Aug 2009 04:35:47 -0700 (PDT)
obvious failure to understand what is trustworthy and what is not.
Alliances to determine veracity, not even wanting to make the reasoning.
It will lead generally to bad genealogies. Hopefully, those bad genealogies would be limited to private databases of some, and not spread the malign influence all around over the internet.
And Iberian medieval lineages are already pretty infested with bad genealogy.
They would not need any of that sort more. But I see some are enthusiastic to make and spread bad genealogies, apparently out of spite and because of personal friends.
It is somewhat curious to see that judgement is so weak-quality that marriages are proposed to aunts and nieces, in the 1100s/1200s. Using even air-headed arguments of the style '15 yo boys meet their aunts', which to some is a recipe for marriage.
Curious -though not surprising- choice to place 'trust', for example in someone who (by making unwarranted, hasty conclusions) is more and more convinced that a guy was married in late 1100s with a lady who then is his great-niece. And gets arrogant and obnoxious as consequence of when the impossibility of that is mentioned. Even starts to untenably develop ideas about conspiracy theories.
this reminds me of the behavior of the unlamented Clonard guy.
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