The first settlements dating to b c e 7000
It was made for the BBC2 series The Incredible Human Journey.This will follow the evolution of humans from the cradle of Africa to the waves of migrations that saw Homo sapiens colonize the globe.
Oase-1 belongs to the Y-dna haplogroup F, which is carried by most males in Eurasia today. Study quote: We then find that the Oase 1 individual shares equally as many alleles As is always the case with White people, and information regarding race; there is always the likelihood of falsehood or misinformation.Then some Blacks correctly say: Uh huh, I knew the Whites were lying, and then go on to enjoy their edification.But Whites remain incredulous, they say: this is simply Blacks with no accomplishments, trying to steal White accomplishment and history!(The program will be shown on BBC2 at 9.30pm on May 10).The head is based on remains of one of the earliest known anatomically modern Europeans.On the matter of credibility: On first reading, readers of these pages generally feel amazement, the concept of Blacks being the original settlers, and builders of the first civilizations everywhere, including Europe, is particularly unsettling to them.
Both Black and White, because they were taught that there were no Blacks in Europe until the Romans brought them.
His recreation offers a tantalizing glimpse into life before the dawn of civilization.
It also shows the close links between the first European settlers and their immediate African ancestors.
In this case the Romanian bones are not even close to being the oldest found in Europe.
That honor goes to the Skeletons that were found in the caverns of Grimaldi (Baousse-Rousse), between Mentone and Ventimiglia and on the Italian side of the international boundary. It can be claimed that these were not truly modern Humans, but rather, a link in the chain to White people as Modern Humans: The Humanoid "Cro-Magnon" is often used to make this bogus case.
As earlier stated, many Anthropologists, Researchers and Academics, still refuse to acknowledge that Africans were the first Human colonizers of Europe.