"Germanic" is a linguistic term, though. And culture (besides material one, of course) is transferred by a lot of talking. ;D
In the biological sense, of course, the substratum in the British isles is very strong, and the English have as much "blood" from populations speaking Celtic and pre-Celtic languages as the Celts themselves. However, you can't apply terms like "Germanic", "Bantu" or "Sioux" to genetics; that's why genetic markers have all those fancy denotements (R1 etc.) in order to avoid labeling them with terms from another scientific disciplines which would be inaccurate in the biological discourse.


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