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    European Faces Reflect Stone Age Ancestry, Study Says... (Article)

    This is an interesting news article from National Geographic that says that the more North and West you go, the more Europeans look more like their Paleolithic ancestors.. By the way, they mean they look more like the Paleolithic Siberians that were the first modern humans in Europe, that split from the Native Americans 40k - 45k yrs ago..

    http://news.nationalgeographic.com/n...age_faces.html
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    Re: European Faces Reflect Stone Age Ancestry, Study Says... (Article)

    The skeleton found at Combe Capelle is also Paleolithic and shows no Cromagnid features as those mentioned in the article: broad face, strong browbridges, strong jaw, etc.

    Not all Europeans looked the same in Paleolithic times, the same way they don't look the same nowadays.

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    Re: European Faces Reflect Stone Age Ancestry, Study Says... (Article)

    Quote Originally Posted by Galaico View Post
    The skeleton found at Combe Capelle is also Paleolithic and shows no Cromagnid features as those mentioned in the article: broad face, strong browbridges, strong jaw, etc.

    Not all Europeans looked the same in Paleolithic times, the same way they don't look the same nowadays.
    What was the date of this skeleton? And for your information, regardless of the way we look now, the paleolithic man from Siberia looked alot like native americans. Thanks for your take on it though. This was just a generalization, not EVERY single man.. lol
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    Re: European Faces Reflect Stone Age Ancestry, Study Says... (Article)

    Combe Capelle is at least 35,000 years old and may even be slightly older. People usually say it was Aurignacian but some even say Perrigoridan. It is the oldest sapiens skull in Europe followed by the Gramildi "negroids" and then by the Cro-Magnons of France. The "Siberians" were Gravettian peoples about 10,000 years later. The Aurignacians, like all sapiens before them, are closely associated with water, either the ocean or rivers. They probably followed a costal or river route into Europe. The Gravettians were the first sapiens to strike out in the hinterlands away from water.

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    Re: European Faces Reflect Stone Age Ancestry, Study Says... (Article)

    Combe Capelle is at least 35,000 years old and may even be slightly older. People usually say it was Aurignacian but some even say Perrigoridan. It is the oldest sapiens skull in Europe followed by the Grimaildi "negroids" and then by the Cro-Magnons of France. The "Siberians" were Gravettian peoples about 10,000 years later. The Aurignacians, like all sapiens before them, are closely associated with water, either the ocean or rivers. They probably followed a costal or river route into Europe. The Gravettians were the first sapiens to strike out in the hinterlands away from water.

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    Re: European Faces Reflect Stone Age Ancestry, Study Says... (Article)

    Quote Originally Posted by Dr. Solar Wolff View Post
    Combe Capelle is at least 35,000 years old and may even be slightly older. People usually say it was Aurignacian but some even say Perrigoridan. It is the oldest sapiens skull in Europe followed by the Grimaildi "negroids" and then by the Cro-Magnons of France. The "Siberians" were Gravettian peoples about 10,000 years later. The Aurignacians, like all sapiens before them, are closely associated with water, either the ocean or rivers. They probably followed a costal or river route into Europe. The Gravettians were the first sapiens to strike out in the hinterlands away from water.
    According to your words that the Gravettians were Siberian, that means that R1b is Gravettian and not Aurignacian. Unless Aurignacian culture came from Siberia too.. Haplogroup I, which came from the Middle East, was noted as Gravettian, and R1b, from Siberia/Central Asia, is noted as Aurignacian. Can someone please tell me what's going on?
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