Sorry C-groups could be recent comers, A groups were the true ancient Nubians, that came form Egypt/Libya<quoted text>
e1b1a covered the sahara from the nile to morocco. e1b1a groups like the mande have been in libya for many thousands of years.
that's why garamantes is also referred to as 'Ancient Mande of the Fezzan'. today the tuareg of libya (who are related to c-group nubians) are still nearly 50% e1b1a.
'the anu were ethiopians'? dude there's absolutely no proof linking the anu with ethiopia. these people came outta the sahara. and most modern WA came outta the sahara.
""the close clustering of Badari and Naqada with Kerma exemplifies the possible relationship of Nubians to Egyptians. Originally, the Nubian A-Group was thought to be Badarian in origin (Reisner, 1910). However, later work (Adams, 1977; Godde, 2009a) established that the A-Group were actually Nubian. Comparisons of C-Group and Pan-Grave Nubians to Badari and Hierakonpolis separate Badari from the other samples, indicating no biological affinities with these earlier Nubian groups (Godde, 2009b). The reoccurring notation of Kerma affinities with Egyptian groups is not entirely surprising. Kerma was an integral part of the trade between Egypt and Nubia. Collett (1933) concluded that Kerma was originally inhabited by Egyptians with neighboring Nubian settlements. Her investigation of the site pointed towards continuous Egyptian occupation of some sort at the site throughout the Kerma time period. This continued presence at Kerma is an optimal condition for gene flow to occur between the two populations."