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Originally posted by LUXUS
For those of you who think white people developed in Europe, how does this fit into your theory?
Originally posted by Movescamp
reply to post by Turiddu
I have to disagree with you on that one. Almost no is not true.
I realize the Germanic and Slovak invasion nearly wiped out the indigenous culture but the country is melting pot. I travelled through Albania, Serbia, and Bulgaria after my tour in Iraq. I have to say there were a lot of different cultures. I was stationed in Budapest as well in 2000. I don't think the census gets out to many rural areas. Also population density in cities obscures such things. Many people to me looked identical to people in Turkey and Iraq.
I hear what you are saying about skin tone but i don't believe the rest based on travel to the countries. As far as I can remember there are saphartic Jews and Berbers and moorish ancestors in southern Spain. I remember about 30 percent of the population or so.
Originally posted by tom502
There is also some controversy in the US with ancient bone and skull findings, that these older samples were not "Native America", but again, caucasion.
Originally posted by Turiddu
Italians are a mix of Celtic, Greek, Etruscan and indigenous Italic genes. Later Germanic invasions and occupation by France, Spain and Austria also added some minor admixture.