Skeletal Remains Previously Considered To Be “Afro-Mediterranean” or “Caucasoid” Now Group With African Negro Samples

Source: The Cambridge History of Africa Volume 2 (Cambridge University Press) 1975 A.D.

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Note: Page 68 of the source.

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Note: Page 69 of the source.

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Note: Page 69 of the source.

This source confirms that African Negro crania samples can be grouped into “Afro-Mediterranean” and “Caucasoid” crania groupings and vice versa. This is why we approach the black presence in the ancient Mediterranean Basin from a multi-disciplinary approach because no piece of evidence or approach stands alone. This field of research is far too complex to simply approach it from one way.

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