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Quibtanana-Murci, L., Semino, O., Bandelt, H. J., Passaro, G., McElreadey, K., & Santachiara-Benerecetti, A. S. (1999). Genetic Evidence of an Early Exit of Homo Sapiens from Africa through Eastern Africa. Nature Genetics, 23, 437-441.
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  • TITLE: Were the First Europeans Pale or Dark Skinned?

    AUTHORS: Clyde Winters

    KEYWORDS: Haplogroup, Neanderthal, Phenotype, Skeletal, Mousterian, mtDNA, SLC24A5

    JOURNAL NAME: Advances in Anthropology, Vol.4 No.3, August 14, 2014

    ABSTRACT: This is an overview of the Out of Africa (OoA) settlement of Europe during the Aurignacian period. Klyosov claims that the first Europeans were fair (pale) skin, and Neanderthal who never lived in Africa. Archaeological evidence indicated that Neanderthals originated in Africa and between 139 kya and 125 kya the Neanderthals migrated back into Africa and spread from Morocco to East Africa. The archaeological, anthropological and genetic evidence indicated that the first Europeans were dark skin Sub-Saharan Africans who carried mtDNA haplogroup N and Y-chromosome C6 into Europe.