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                                                 Family Progenitor

                                                                    Why it is Important to Start A Dynasty?
    A lasting family legacy is the greatest thing you can ever hand your progeny. And by using the ideas listed below, in the process of creating a family legacy, you might also create a family dynasty, which is considered by society to be a grand edifice. Moreover, putting together a family dynasty ensures the fortune of it, and any resulting future legacies. The thirty-five elements below do not have any sequential significant, or a special order; they all are important:

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Additional information on the workings of the Family Progenitor:

                                            The progenitor is the first male ancestor of a blood related family.
Progenitors are sometimes used to describe the status of a dynasty having exactly one progenitor. The progenitor is a term denoting the patrilineal line of a family.
Dynastic families often look back to a male ancestor, who is seen as the founder and progenitor of their house or family line.
It is rarely possible to confirm primal, biological parenthood, however, in the case of ancient family lines, in addition to the matriline as a descendent from a female ancestor, the progenitor is often a distant ancestor, only known as a result of oral tradition.
In archaeogenetics, the human progenitor is the “Y-chromosomal Adam,” and has been named as the male representative or most recent common ancestor from whom all currently living people are descended from the male side of the human race (approximately: 200,000 to 600,000 years ago).
On the opposite side genetic structure, the female progenitrix, is the  prime representative of the matrilinear line is known as “Mitochondrial Eve.” This origin is derived from of our primeval female ancestor (primal mother) can be placed more accurately by means of mitochondrial genetics. That tracing of the original female human extends back (275,000 years) and is the so-called “Mitochondrial Eve.” She is the most recent woman from whom all living humans descended in an unbroken line, genetically traced back to the prime female.
Where people, groups and communities rely solely on a patrilinear family line, their common ancestor often became the subject of a legend surrounding the origin of the family.
Of the 1300 known indigenous peoples and ethnic groups worldwide, patrilineal rules of descent from father to son number around 600, by contrast, families and peoples with a matrilinear history trace themselves back to an original female progenitrix lists around 200 families.
The Y-chromosomal data or male genomic data, taken from a Neanderthal from El Sidrón, Spain, produced a primal age of 588,000 years ago for Neanderthal and Homo sapiens patrilineages.
By definition, it is not necessary that the male primary gene and female primary gene should have lived at the same time. The two individuals may well have been contemporaneous but not coincident in time. This paradigm is consistent with the emergence of anatomically modern humans.

                                              The progenitor is the first male ancestor of a blood related family.
Progenitors are sometimes used to describe the status of a dynasty having exactly one progenitor. The progenitor is a term denoting the patrilineal line of a family.
Dynastic families often look back to a male ancestor, who is seen as the founder and progenitor of their house or family line.
It is rarely possible to confirm primal, biological parenthood, however, in the case of ancient family lines, in addition to the matriline as a descendent from a female ancestor, the progenitor is often a distant ancestor, only known as a result of oral tradition.
In archaeogenetics, the human progenitor is the “Y-chromosomal Adam,” and has been named as the male representative or most recent common ancestor from whom all currently living people are descended from the male side of the human race (approximately: 200,000 to 600,000 years ago).
On the opposite side genetic structure, the female progenitrix, is the  prime representative of the matrilinear line is known as “Mitochondrial Eve.” This origin is derived from of our primeval female ancestor (primal mother) can be placed more accurately by means of mitochondrial genetics. That tracing of the original female human extends back (275,000 years) and is the so-called “Mitochondrial Eve.” She is the most recent woman from whom all living humans descended in an unbroken line, genetically traced back to the prime female.
Where people, groups and communities rely solely on a patrilinear family line, their common ancestor often became the subject of a legend surrounding the origin of the family.
Of the 1300 known indigenous peoples and ethnic groups worldwide, patrilineal rules of descent from father to son number around 600, by contrast, families and peoples with a matrilinear history trace themselves back to an original female progenitrix lists around 200 families.
The Y-chromosomal data or male genomic data, taken from a Neanderthal from El Sidrón, Spain, produced a primal age of 588,000 years ago for Neanderthal and Homo sapiens patrilineages.
This paradigm is consistent with the emergence of anatomically modern humans.

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