Earliest Known Human Out Side Of Africa Found In Greece ? Jul 24, 2019 20:19:27 GMT -5
Post by zarahan on Jul 24, 2019 20:19:27 GMT -5
No, there was no mass demic migration from
Nigeria/Cameroon/Gabon of a Bantu people.
This study and ADMIXTURE support Bantu
genomics is East African with two basic
origin ancestries. One is southeastern
and the other is eastern. Yes, there's a
3rd very minor W Afr ancestry.
What it says about iron totally ignores
the fact that supposed source and sink
are contemporaneous. Does it consider
that the production technology differs?
Independent invention not borrowing.
Basically, I don't heed these articles.
I just examine the raw data. Ytes heavily
invest in a needed make believe Africa
that independent Africans who think with
their own minds and knowledge simply do
not recognize as factual.
The 1980's UNESCO General History published
but distanced itself from the conclusions that
a baNtu wrote for them, going so far as to delete
his article from the paperback edition.
BANTU SPEAKERS ARE NOT OF SINGLE ORIGIN
Orange is southeastern.
Watermelon is eastern.
The Mozambique originated component expanded north!
Yellow is western (Gulf of Guinea).
Samwiri Lwanga-Lunyiigo told everybody back in 1976
"... movement of Bantu speakers from West Africa to
central, eastern, and southern Africa did not take place."
The problem is these Euros are self-proclaimed
experts about what they really know not. How
many of them dream in a baNtu language when
asleep at night? Yet they know more about it than
a born baNtu speaking African who may speak
2 or 3 baNtu languages as a matter of course.
Good roundup. From the link you posted the notion also of this mass wave of "Bantu"
bringing iron-working to the rest of the continent down south seems dubious, as some iron
working has been shown to be in place centuries before the putative "Bantu" travelers
showed up to spread the metal. Somewhere on ES or Reloaded there's a thread on iron
in Africa floating around from a few years back.