The Ancient Egyptians were black! Fin...

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#1377 Jun 21, 2013
*SIGH*

Like I said Eurofcks always twist what Keita says.

Here is also what Keita says...

http://www.youtube.com/watch...
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^^^Yeah...Keita sure agrees that the Ancient Egyptians were non African...[/Sarcasm]
trollslayer

Lansing, IL

#1379 Jun 21, 2013
big mike M wrote:
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D*mbo first off your link doesn't even work! And please SOY Keita NEVER stated that the Ancient Egyptians were mixed. He stated that they were tropically adapted(unlike Europeans and Mid-Easterners) and grouped more with other Africans.
http://wysinger.homestead.com/badari.pdf
^^^Doesn't seem like Keita is agreeing with ya. You Eurofcks always like to twist Keita's words. In the link Keita found that the pre-dynastic Badarians mostly resembled the Teita (who themselves ultimately derive from Tanzania).
And also mean they mean 'modern Egyptians' they are talking about those from UPPER EGYPT not those from Lower Egyptians who had absorbed significant foreign admixture! Their talking about Egyptians like THESE!
http://i95.photobucket.com/albums/l128/KING9_...
http://i95.photobucket.com/albums/l128/KING9_...
http://i95.photobucket.com/albums/l128/KING9_...
http://i95.photobucket.com/albums/l128/KING9_...
http://i95.photobucket.com/albums/l128/KING9_...
^^^As proof with their Y-DNA which is MAINLY AFRICAN. And lets not forget Nubians also clustering closest to the Ancients. How can YOU FORGET ABOUT THEM???
http://2.bp.blogspot.com/_70QeGoT_fmI/SvC4gXs...
You're DISMISSED!
don't waste ur time with "African AE"....in other threads this troll has said all of Kemet was white. "African AE" is on "ignore status". For now 'barros' is the only "approved troll".
Almoravid

Rotterdam, Netherlands

#1380 Jun 21, 2013
big mike M wrote:
*SIGH*
Like I said Eurofcks always twist what Keita says.
Here is also what Keita says...
http://www.youtube.com/watch?v =mS3yFCoIdXcXX
http://www.youtube.com/watch...
http://www.youtube.com/watch...
http://www.youtube.com/watch...
http://www.youtube.com/watch...
http://www.youtube.com/watch...
^^^Yeah...Keita sure agrees that the Ancient Egyptians were non African...[/Sarcasm]
All this drama was basically unnecessary.

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semi-tropical/arid tropic zones, show clear limb proportion characteristics of tropically adapted people, and MORE closely resemble other tropically adapted Africans on the continent, than Europeans or Middle Easterners.(Raxter and Ruff 2008, Zakrewski 2003, 2007; Holliday et al, 2003, Kemp, 2005) 3) Undermining claims of cold-climate or skin color primacy for civilization, the great ancient Nile Valley civilization arose from the 'darker' more tropical south, NOT the cold climate or cool climate Mediterranean, Europe or Asia.(Clark, 1982; Shaw 1976, 2003; Bard, 2004; Vogel, 1997; Kemp 2005)

African peoples are the most diverse in the world whether analyzed by DNA or skeletal or cranial methods. The peoples of the Nile Valley vary but they are still related. The people most related ethnically to the ancient Egyptians are other Africans like Nubians not cold-climate/light skinned Europeans or Asiatics.(Keita 1996; Rethelford, 2001; Bianchi 2004, Yurco 1989; Godde 2009)

Quote:
"What we can say, however, is that in the Holocene, humans from southwest Asia do not exhibit tropically adapted body shape
(Crognier 1981; Eveleth and Tanner 1976; Schreider 1975) American anthropologist -Volume 102, Pg 57

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In fact, in terms of body shape, the European and the Inuit samples tend to be cold-adapted and tend to be separated in multivariate space from "the more tropically adapted Africans," especially those groups from south of the Sahara.
J Hum Evol. 1997 May ;32 (5):423-48 9169992 Cit:51
contributor

Lynnwood, WA

#1381 Jun 21, 2013
Skin color has nothing to do with it and you will always lose when you bring the term "black" into the argument because A there is no real definition of what black is and B they could have easily lost their pigmentation do to their environment. Other than that is is obvious to most people by now that egyptians like other north africans are a native african people since they carry the E1b1 genetic marker which had its origins in East Africa/Ethiopia. Stop calling them black and start calling them african, the continent in which egypt is located.

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#1382 Jun 21, 2013
contributor wrote:
Skin color has nothing to do with it and you will always lose when you bring the term "black" into the argument because A there is no real definition of what black is and B they could have easily lost their pigmentation do to their environment. Other than that is is obvious to most people by now that egyptians like other north africans are a native african people since they carry the E1b1 genetic marker which had its origins in East Africa/Ethiopia. Stop calling them black and start calling them african, the continent in which egypt is located.
Agreed 100%! This is how I argue. I stopped using the word black when debating in topics like this because the word black can be confusion. Man you are on point, this is exactly what I've been saying on not only this forum but other forums like Historum.

Here is why 'black' is not as tangible as African...
http://3.bp.blogspot.com/-6aCXkxxGXmA/TdzPeoy...
^^^That boy looks what people call 'black' yet he is genetically DISTANT from Africans more distant from Africans than Europeans.

Again I dropped the term black in discussion like this one because it can be confusing.

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#1383 Jun 21, 2013
trollslayer wrote:
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don't waste ur time with "African AE"....in other threads this troll has said all of Kemet was white. "African AE" is on "ignore status". For now 'barros' is the only "approved troll".
Yeah I should ignore him. He seems like Barros sidekick.

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#1384 Jun 21, 2013
Almoravid wrote:
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All this drama was basically unnecessary.
Quote:
semi-tropical/arid tropic zones, show clear limb proportion characteristics of tropically adapted people, and MORE closely resemble other tropically adapted Africans on the continent, than Europeans or Middle Easterners.(Raxter and Ruff 2008, Zakrewski 2003, 2007; Holliday et al, 2003, Kemp, 2005) 3) Undermining claims of cold-climate or skin color primacy for civilization, the great ancient Nile Valley civilization arose from the 'darker' more tropical south, NOT the cold climate or cool climate Mediterranean, Europe or Asia.(Clark, 1982; Shaw 1976, 2003; Bard, 2004; Vogel, 1997; Kemp 2005)
African peoples are the most diverse in the world whether analyzed by DNA or skeletal or cranial methods. The peoples of the Nile Valley vary but they are still related. The people most related ethnically to the ancient Egyptians are other Africans like Nubians not cold-climate/light skinned Europeans or Asiatics.(Keita 1996; Rethelford, 2001; Bianchi 2004, Yurco 1989; Godde 2009)
Quote:
"What we can say, however, is that in the Holocene, humans from southwest Asia do not exhibit tropically adapted body shape
(Crognier 1981; Eveleth and Tanner 1976; Schreider 1975) American anthropologist -Volume 102, Pg 57
Quote:
In fact, in terms of body shape, the European and the Inuit samples tend to be cold-adapted and tend to be separated in multivariate space from "the more tropically adapted Africans," especially those groups from south of the Sahara.
J Hum Evol. 1997 May ;32 (5):423-48 9169992 Cit:51
Agreed...It was VERY unnecessary.
Almoravid

Rotterdam, Netherlands

#1386 Jun 21, 2013
contributor wrote:
Skin color has nothing to do with it and you will always lose when you bring the term "black" into the argument because A there is no real definition of what black is and B they could have easily lost their pigmentation do to their environment. Other than that is is obvious to most people by now that egyptians like other north africans are a native african people since they carry the E1b1 genetic marker which had its origins in East Africa/Ethiopia. Stop calling them black and start calling them african, the continent in which egypt is located.
Of course skin complexion has nothing to do with it, however, the citation of melanin specimen shows us from where and who these people were. I.e. Africa.

As we broaden the vision it gets clearer with each study.

Northern Egyptians group with Africans: QUOTE – Smith 2002:
"Limb length proportions in males from Maadi and Merimde group them
with African rather than European populations. Mean femur length in
males from Maadi was similar to that recorded at Byblos and the early
Bronze Age male from Kabri, but mean tibia length in Maadi males was
6.9cm longer than that at Byblos. At Merimde both bones were longer
than at the other sites shown, but again, the tibia was longer proportionate
to femurs than at Byblos (Fig 6.2), reinforcing the impression of an
African rather than Levantine affinity.“

-- Smith, P.(2002) The palaeo-biological evidence for admix.. In: Egypt &
the Levant.. Leicester Univ. 118-28

Egyptians group with tropical Africans and African-Americans QUOTE
– Holliday 2010:
"These same log shape variables were subjected to two forms of cluster
analysis: neighbor-joining (NJ) and unweighted pair-group method using
averages (UPGMA) tree analysis. Figure 8 is the NJ tree. It has two main
branches—a long and linear body build branch that includes the Egyptians,
Sub-Saharan Africans (except for the Pygmies), and African-Americans
and a second, less linear body form branch that includes the Inuit,
Europeans, Euro-Americans, Puebloans, Nubians, and Pygmies. Note that
the Nubians used in this study are thought by some to represent an
immigrant population from Europe or Western Asia [see Holliday (1995)."
--Holliday, T.(2010) Body proportions of circumpolar peoples.. skeletal
data. AmJrPhyAntr, 142: 2. 287-302

Body mass changes due primarily to agriculture and food production
changes and local adaptation not mass immigrant influxes.- QUOTE::

"Furthermore bi-iliac breadth appears to change slowly over time,
likely due to multiple factors (thermoregulation, obstetrics,
locomotion) influencing its shape (Ruff 1994; Auerback 2007).."

"Generally narrower body breaths of the foragers contrast markedy
with the wider-bodied agriculturalists. Although bi-iliac breadth
has been argued to be stable over long periods of time (Auerbach,
2007), this shift in mean body breath may be indicative of changes
correlated with subsistence economy."

"Any use of the bi-iliac breath/stature body mass estimations
would inherently reflect changes in stature.."

"In this study, skeletal measures of body size were analysed to
evaluate the long-term impact of the transition to agriculture in the Nile
Valley.[...] Here we demonstrate that this transition is also associated
with a modest reduction and subsequent improvement in stature and
body mass. This trend could be broadly interpreted in the context
of models of relationship between body size and nutrition."
-- Pinhasi & Stock. 2011. Human Bioarchaeology of the Transition to
Agriculture
trollslayer

Lansing, IL

#1388 Jun 21, 2013
big mike M wrote:
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Agreed 100%! This is how I argue. I stopped using the word black when debating in topics like this because the word black can be confusion. Man you are on point, this is exactly what I've been saying on not only this forum but other forums like Historum.
Here is why 'black' is not as tangible as African...
http://3.bp.blogspot.com/-6aCXkxxGXmA/TdzPeoy...
^^^That boy looks what people call 'black' yet he is genetically DISTANT from Africans more distant from Africans than Europeans.
Again I dropped the term black in discussion like this one because it can be confusing.
In my mind, I question some of the "genetics" accuracy.

anyway.....

Here is where we dis-agree. Clearly that kid has retained his Africoid physiognomy. If you want to say he's not African, perhaps...but just as AA's, he is no doubt of direct African descent. He does show recessive characteristics e.g. blond hair, blue eyes, non-melenated skin.

Mike.....if nothing else WHO he is .....is written in his hair. It is obvious his African ancestors migrated to the islands thousands of years ago. His ancestors did NOT intermix with anyone, which is why he looks the way he does today. Why his hair is still tightly curled. That hair is a trait from all our original African ancestors ( some Africans e.g. Ethiopians do have less curlier hair).

Which means he is not to be confused with being white, nor do whites or asians accept him as "1 of them". The whites who encountered the Andaman PPL. began killing them through violence, disease etc. Ya' don't do this to " your own".
Almoravid

Rotterdam, Netherlands

#1389 Jun 21, 2013
Shakryt wrote:
We know Barros alias perru the chump is a circus clown. Bozo the clown the funniest clown in town. 30.000 thousand years of nothingness. Where is the evidence of Eurasian admixed Egyptians or even Eurasians in Egypt since "Stone Age times"?? If you ask me this notion of 'mixed Egyptians' is the last refuge that Eurocentrics have. For centuries, whites have denied any and everything African about Egypt and labeled them as Caucasoids whose civilization is 'Near Eastern'. But now that the overwhelming evidence for Egypt's African identity becomes apparent, they only try to concede half way through this silly proxy that they were part African and part Eurasian. They use the modern populace as an example while ignoring the centuries of invasions and immigrations from post-Roman through Islamic times.
Yet not only do we have cranial studies like those of Zakrewski but even DNA Tribes findings showing the ancients (at least royals) to be different from modern Egyptians in that they were very much African.
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Regular Middle Paleolithic inventories as well as Middle Paleolithic inventories of Aterian type have a long chronology in Morocco going back to MIS 6 and are interstratified in some sites. Their potential for detecting chrono-cultural patterns is low. The transition from the Middle to Upper Paleolithic, here termed Early Upper Paleolithic—at between 30 to 20 ka—remains a most enigmatic era. Scarce data from this period requires careful and fundamental reconsidering of human presence. By integrating environmental data in the reconstruction of population dynamics, clear correlations become obvious. High resolution data are lacking before 20 ka, and at some sites this period is characterized by the occurrence of sterile layers between Middle Paleolithic deposits, possibly indicative of a very low presence of humans in Morocco. After Heinrich Event 1, there is an enormous increase of data due to the prominent Late Iberomaurusian deposits that contrast strongly with the foregoing accumulations in terms of sedimentological features, fauna, and artifact composition. The Younger Dryas again shows a remarkable decline of data marking the end of the Paleolithic. Environmental improvements in the Holocene are associated with an extensive Epipaleolithic occupation. Therefore, the late glacial cultural sequence of Morocco is a good test case for analyzing the interrelationship of culture and climate change.
--Jörg Linstädter, Late Pleistocene Human Occupation of Northwest Africa: A Crosscheck of Chronology and Climate Change in Morocco

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North Africa is quickly emerging as one of the more important regions yielding information on the origins of modern Homo sapiens. Associated with significant fossil hominin remains are two stone tool industries, the Aterian and Mousterian, which have been differentiated, respectively, primarily on the basis of the presence and absence of tanged, or stemmed, stone tools. Largely because of historical reasons, these two industries have been attributed to the western Eurasian Middle Paleolithic rather than the African Middle Stone Age. In this paper, drawing on our recent excavation of Contrebandiers Cave and other published data, we show that, aside from the presence or absence of tanged pieces, there are no other distinctions between these two industries in terms of either lithic attributes or chronology. Together, these results demonstrate that these two ‘industries’ are instead variants of the same entity. Moreover, several additional characteristics of these assemblages, such as distinctive stone implements and the manufacture and use of bone tools and possible shell ornaments, suggest a closer affinity to other Late Pleistocene African Middle Stone Age industries rather than to the Middle Paleolithic of western Eurasia.
--On the industrial attributions of the Aterian and Mousterian of the Maghreb, Harold L. Dibble et al.
Journal of Human Evolution, 2013 Elsevier.
trollslayer

Lansing, IL

#1390 Jun 21, 2013
Almoravid wrote:
<quoted text>
Quote:
Regular Middle Paleolithic inventories as well as Middle Paleolithic inventories of Aterian type have a long chronology in Morocco going back to MIS 6 and are interstratified in some sites. Their potential for detecting chrono-cultural patterns is low. The transition from the Middle to Upper Paleolithic, here termed Early Upper Paleolithic—at between 30 to 20 ka—remains a most enigmatic era. Scarce data from this period requires careful and fundamental reconsidering of human presence. By integrating environmental data in the reconstruction of population dynamics, clear correlations become obvious. High resolution data are lacking before 20 ka, and at some sites this period is characterized by the occurrence of sterile layers between Middle Paleolithic deposits, possibly indicative of a very low presence of humans in Morocco. After Heinrich Event 1, there is an enormous increase of data due to the prominent Late Iberomaurusian deposits that contrast strongly with the foregoing accumulations in terms of sedimentological features, fauna, and artifact composition. The Younger Dryas again shows a remarkable decline of data marking the end of the Paleolithic. Environmental improvements in the Holocene are associated with an extensive Epipaleolithic occupation. Therefore, the late glacial cultural sequence of Morocco is a good test case for analyzing the interrelationship of culture and climate change.
--Jörg Linstädter, Late Pleistocene Human Occupation of Northwest Africa: A Crosscheck of Chronology and Climate Change in Morocco
Quote:
North Africa is quickly emerging as one of the more important regions yielding information on the origins of modern Homo sapiens. Associated with significant fossil hominin remains are two stone tool industries, the Aterian and Mousterian, which have been differentiated, respectively, primarily on the basis of the presence and absence of tanged, or stemmed, stone tools. Largely because of historical reasons, these two industries have been attributed to the western Eurasian Middle Paleolithic rather than the African Middle Stone Age. In this paper, drawing on our recent excavation of Contrebandiers Cave and other published data, we show that, aside from the presence or absence of tanged pieces, there are no other distinctions between these two industries in terms of either lithic attributes or chronology. Together, these results demonstrate that these two ‘industries’ are instead variants of the same entity. Moreover, several additional characteristics of these assemblages, such as distinctive stone implements and the manufacture and use of bone tools and possible shell ornaments, suggest a closer affinity to other Late Pleistocene African Middle Stone Age industries rather than to the Middle Paleolithic of western Eurasia.
--On the industrial attributions of the Aterian and Mousterian of the Maghreb, Harold L. Dibble et al.
Journal of Human Evolution, 2013 Elsevier.
So what are your thoughts on the origins of Andaman and Nicobar people.

https://www.google.com/search...
Almoravid

Rotterdam, Netherlands

#1396 Jun 21, 2013
^Sorry for the typos, I've rushed it a bit, I have things to do.
Almoravid

Rotterdam, Netherlands

#1397 Jun 21, 2013
big mike M wrote:
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Yeah I should ignore him. He seems like Barros sidekick.
We know who the Appalachian clown is:

Jaime Andres Pretell "salsassin"

http://tinyurl.com/poqn8rr

Sinajuavi
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#1398 Jun 21, 2013
big mike M wrote:
@Almoravid
Agreed, that Eurofck named Barros clearly does not know how to comprehend studies posted directly to him. Which is why he is so repetitive. He is use to debating with people who are not well informed on this subject. The Eurofck still has not posted sources+quotes that agree/back up his claims. How pathetic indeed.
LOL!!! You're describing yourselves, you Afronazis. You are used to pushing your nonsense on uneducated people who suck it up. I'm educated and know better, fool.

You still have provided no evidence for this all-black predynastic Lower Egypt you believe in... can't back up your bull$hit, boy??? LOL!!!

Yes, I and others have repeatedly backed up our assertions with real evidence, something about which you know nothing.

And every time you cite something, it proves the case against you, boy! LOL!!!

Damn, you're dumb!

Sinajuavi
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#1399 Jun 21, 2013
big mike M wrote:
<quoted text>
LMAO at this deperate Eurofck saying I was unable to post any evidence...Fool I posted a MOUNTAIN OF EVIDENCE.
Again...This is just ONE OF THEM.
"...sample populations available from northern Egypt from before the 1st Dynasty (Merimda, Maadi and Wadi Digla) turn out to be significantly different from sample populations from early Palestine and Byblos, suggesting a lack of common ancestors over a long time. If there was a south-north cline variation along the Nile valley it did not, from this limited evidence, continue smoothly on into southern Palestine.
The limb-length proportions of males from the Egyptian sites group them with Africans rather than with Europeans."
Barry Kemp, "Ancient Egypt Anatomy of a Civilisation.(2005) Routledge. p. 52-60
^^^All you can do is twist what was said in the quote out of pure desperation.
And what bomb??? It seems WE are dropping the bombs on YOU. LMAO!! When do you always drop a bomb when you NEVER post any sources backing you up, just like now.
GTFO! WE'RE waiting for YOU to post sources+quotes backing up YOUR claims. Don't try to twist this when you know you have NO argument. You're a Eurofck which is why you so desperately want to Eurasinize Ancient Egypt even when your whole argument is in ruins.
How sad.:(
Moron, the north-south cline of variation along the Nile shows that people were different in Lower Egypt, you jackass.

And why would they be different? Due to admixture, duh.

You have nothing, boy. Post some more info and shoot yourself in the foot again.

Lower Egypt: MIXED in predynastic times.

Maghreb: predominantly EURASIAN for 30,000 years.

Olmecs: not black

Original Aryans: not black.

Go cry, boy.

Sinajuavi
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#1400 Jun 21, 2013
big mike M wrote:
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Excellent post Almoravid. This destroys Barros argument once and for all.
Its only going to get worse for our id*t Eurofck Barros, because I'm soon about to post info on the early Lower Egyptian culture. The Faiyum culture...
No it doesn't. It does not speak of the entire population of Lower Egypt, nor over the entire Upper Palaeolithic. We already know there were Africans there.

But tell us how the Eurasians got to the Maghreb 30,000 years ago without passing through Lower Egypt.

Still no data on the DNA of that population, eh?

Y'all are avoiding the crucial data.

Yes, in predynastic times, Lower Egypt was mixed. LOL at Almoradip... Middle Palaeolithic! LOL... do you know when that was?

Keep prevaricating, Afronazis. Don't ever change.

Sinajuavi
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#1401 Jun 21, 2013
Almoravid wrote:
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LOL @ this nitwit lying sack of sh-t!
What does he actually STATE!!!!!!!!
Linguistics and writing
By S. O. Y. Keita, Senior Research Associate, National Human Genome Center, Howard University; Research Associate, Anthropology, Smithsonian Institute
quote:
Linguistics and writing can give some clues to migration or major cultural interactions. Semitic and perhaps Sumerian speakers in the Near East developed agriculture some 2,000 years before it emerged in the Nile Valley. If Egypt had been peopled by a mass migration of farmers from the Near East, ancient Egyptians would have spoken either a Semitic language or Sumerian (considered a language isolate, meaning that it has no obvious close relatives). Although certain major domesticated species used in Egypt came from the Near East, it is interesting to note that the words for these in Egyptian were not borrowed from any members of the Semitic family whose common ancestor had terms for them. They are all Egyptian. The beginnings of Egyptian writing can be traced back to the cultures that led to dynastic Egypt. Flora and fauna used in the hieroglyphs are Nilotic, indicating that the writing system developed locally, with some symbols traceable back to a period before the first dynasty rulers emerged. The titles for the king, major officials, and the royal insignia are Egyptian, which is of interest because one old theory held that the dynastic Egyptians or their elites came from the Near East; however, the archaeological evidence shows that they came from southern Egypt.
Human Biology
Quote:
All human populations exhibit biological variation in one way or another, and there is no single way to be biologically African—not by DNA, skin color, hair form, blood type, or variation of face and nose.
Quote:
Alleged massive influx of Europeans and Middle Easterners
to give the ancient peoples hair variation did not happen.
Such variation was already in place as part of Africa' built in
genetic and phenotypic diversity.
As regards diameter, the average diameter of the Semna sample
was close to both the Northwest European and East African
samples. This again suggests a range of built-in African
indigenous variability, and calls into questions various
migration theories to the Nile Valley. One study for example
(Keita 2005) tested the model of C. Loring Brace (1993) as to
the notion of incoming European migrants replacing
indigenous peoples of the Nile Valley. Brace's work had also
suggested a relationship between northwest Europeans such as
Scandanavians and African peoples of the Horn. Data analysis
failed to support this model, instead clustering samples much
closer to African series than to Europeans. Keita concluded that
similarities between African data in his survey (skulls, etc) and
non-Africans was not due to gene flow, but a subset of built-in
African variability.
http://ngm.nationalgeographic.com/geopedia/An...
Still nothing on the population genetics of Lower Egypt in predynastic times...

Semitic? It is doubtful that “Semitic” could be identified as long as the Neolithic. The language Mideasterners brought to the Nile Valley became Kemetic.

Y'all are so quick to point out the affiliations of Egypt with Nubia (which are true and backed by valid evidence). Why then did not Egyptians speak a Nilotic language, like the Nubians, eh?

LOL... there are so many holes in your web of denial and deceit.
Shakryt

Chicago, IL

#1402 Jun 21, 2013
Sinajuavi wrote:
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Wrong. Eurocentrics would claim Upper Egypt.
I simply follow the evidence. There was migration of people between the N African coast and the Levant in predynastic times! In both directions! Berber ancestors coming into Africa, Natufians leaving, for examples.
The evidence shows that the people of predynastic and early dynastic Upper Egypt were physically and culturally affiliated with Nubians. That would mean black.
And there is indeed evidence of plenty of African type pharaohs and others throughout Egyptian history (including in the present... would not Anwar Sadat have passed as “black” in the USA?).
But there is also plenty of evidence for Eurasian types in ancient Egypt.
And... will Mikey ever produce evidence for the population of Lower Egypt? I mean an analysis of the DNA of multiple individuals from diverse locations and times? He claims Lower Egypt was 100% black until the Hyksos. So.. where is the evidence?
Help him out, Sak'o'shyt.
You got not leggy to stand up,BARONESS alias the levitating fake hindu. You still Bozo the clown the funniest clown in town.

Sinajuavi
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#1403 Jun 21, 2013
big mike M wrote:
*SIGH*
Like I said Eurofcks always twist what Keita says.
Here is also what Keita says...
http://www.youtube.com/watch?v =mS3yFCoIdXcXX
http://www.youtube.com/watch...
http://www.youtube.com/watch...
http://www.youtube.com/watch...
http://www.youtube.com/watch...
http://www.youtube.com/watch...
^^^Yeah...Keita sure agrees that the Ancient Egyptians were non African...[/Sarcasm]
I like his use of the word “suggests”... that means, he jumps to conclusions.

You have still failed to provide evidence for the composition of the predynastic Lower Egyptian population. Jumping back to the Middle Palaeolithic... LOL!!! Nice try, but I know what those words mean... so you lose.

Still awaiting that evidence.
Shakryt

Chicago, IL

#1404 Jun 21, 2013
where is Garrid or Melchior 7 to save your eronut arse.

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