American Journal of Physical Anthropology

Egyptian Stature was Mostly had “Tropical” Bodies

Egyptian Stature was Mostly had “Tropical” Bodies

Source: Variation in Ancient Egyptian Stature & Body Proportions (American Journal of Physical Anthropology) 2003 A.D. Note: Page 238 of the source. Note: Page 238 of the source. This source confirms that the Egyptians overall had "tropical body plans" which means many of the ancient Egyptians were essentially "African".
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Dental Nonmetric Traits of the Badarian Population

Dental Nonmetric Traits of the Badarian Population

Source: Population Continuity or Population Change: Formation of the Ancient Egyptian State (AMERICAN JOURNAL OF PHYSICAL ANTHROPOLOGY) 2007 A.D. Note: Page 506 of the source. Note: Page 507 of the source. Note: Page 507 of the source. Note: Page 507 of the source. Note: Page 508 of the source. Page 506 of this source confirms that throughout predynastic and Dynastic Egyptian periods, there was black, racial continuity that is indicated with the Badarian population's dental samples. The Badarian population had a morphological cluster with Nubian, Tigrean, and other southern (or \Negroid") groups. The rest of this study confirms what other…
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The Ancient Abydos were “Southern”, Tropical African Peoples-Ta Seti and Egypt

The Ancient Abydos were “Southern”, Tropical African Peoples-Ta Seti and Egypt

Source: Further studies of crania from ancient Northern Africa: An analysis of crania from First Dynasty Egyptian tombs, using multiple discriminant functions (American Journal of Physical Anthropology) 1992 A.D. Note: Page 248 of the source. Note: Page 248 of the source. Note: Page 248 of the source. Note: Page 249 of the source. Note: Page 249 of the source. Note: Page 250 of the source. Note: Page 250 of the source. Note: Page 251 of the source. Note: Page 251 of the source. Note: Page 251 of the source. Note: Page 252 of the source. Note: Page 252 of the…
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