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« on: April 28, 2011, 09:11:48 AM »

Seen that “Dienekes’ Anthropology blog” is closed for me (I take this like my 3rd banishment, even though not official), I post here this posting about what is coming out about the “Out of Africa”.

@ Eurologist

“If much of the "green Sahara" and first ooA ~130,000 - 100,000 ya turned NE African CT to DE, there, this could have left D in East Asia and an E population in North Africa. A second migration 80,000-60,000 ya may have been more successful, bringing CT later-turned-CF from the Horn of Africa along the southern route outside”.

More than in North Africa, E could be the Kafzeh men of Middle East. Cruciani has demonstrated that Sardinia has the most ancient haplogroups of E-M78, then in Italy probably from many thousands of years. The camitic languages probably was born in Middle East and after expanded to Africa. I have always supported that R1b/V88+ arrived to Africa via sea from Italy and the same Cruciani wrote to me that he would have taken in consideration my hypothesis.


YDNA: R-Z2110

MtDNA: K1a1b1e

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