The First European Faces Were Not ‘White’, Scientists Reveal

Irina Mossi Love Detective

Much to the surprise of any would-be “White Supremacists,” scientists have lately exposed that the face of the first European people were surprisingly Sub-Saharan Africa in overall look.

The head of the prototypical “First European” was reconstruction from bone fragments,

an unfinished head and jawbone. These pieces were found in a cave the southern area of Romania’s Carpathian Mountains.

Forensic artist Richard Neave is accountable for the reconstruction, based on fragments that are at least 35,000 years old. Radiocarbon dating research have identified that the earliest pieces may have been as old as 36,000 years old. Neave is a forensic artist, for a BBC program about the roots of human race and evolution.

In those days, European countries was populated by Homo Neanderthalis, or the Neanderthal man, who were quickly replaced by Africa nomadic people. The Neanderthal Genome Venture has posited that the Neanderthals were murdered off by these relocating groups. The first real homo sapiens (and homo sapien sapiens), in European countries, obviously would not have been identifiable as ethnically “Caucasian” at all. Those characteristics, often recognized as “white,” seem to have appeared much later, after European countries was resolved by Africa individuals who seemed like those Neave has regenerated for us here.

The primary difference between this skull and later homo sapien sapiens are
the unusually large molar teeth, which has led some scientists to
speculate that the skull represents some intermixing with the native Homo Neanderthalis.

Whether or not that is the case, what is certain is that the
appearance of the first truly “human” European ancestors looked nothing
like what many would expect.

Erik Trinkaus, professor of anthropology at Washington University in
Missouri, said the jaw in particular is the oldest, modern human fossil
that can be directly-dated, saying that, “Taken together, the material
is the first that securely documents what modern humans looked like when
they spread into Europe.”

That might be a bit of a disappointment to those last remaining
doubters that all of humanity originated in Africa and spread out from


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