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originally posted by: coomba98
Yeah thats the obvious answer. But Europe is so large. Where is the empire?
I would say ancient Greece but their has to be something more ancient than that.
Plus most greeks at the time were olive skin and black hair.
Same with Rome, most had olive skin and black hair.
With every race of mankind you can point to a civilisation that they came from, but not the white man.
originally posted by: VoidHawk
Actualy we used to be black but all the monsanto food caused our skin to bleach.
Stanford University geneticist Luigi Luca Cavalli-Sforza suggests that two-thirds of European genes come from Asia, one-third from Africa. When and where did people first become white? It's not clear. But it happened fairly recently, and not necessarily in Europe.Feb 7, 2014