Tag Archives: Ancient History

Archaeologist says “strong indications lead me to almost certainty.”

The white Genghis Khan?

Farewell to Henry, Unz Review

Professor Henry Harpending–whom the SPLC calls an “extremist”–has died.

Ancient Europeans transported the wild animals “considerable distances.”

That’s true of Melanesians, at least.

The modern-day Irish may not be Celts after all.

The haplogroup they belonged to now appears only in Asia and the Americas.

Scientists find new evidence of a “failed dispersal” from Africa.

So are nicotine addiction and better blood coagulation.

An entire haplogroup disappeared from Europe.

Earliest known massacre took place in Africa 10,000 years ago.

Modern Eurasians kept the best genes from Neanderthals.

4,000 years ago, migration brought blue eyes to Ireland.

Film about Egyptian gods features mostly whites.

Researchers have tracked evolutionary changes in lactose tolerance and skin color.

Researchers sequence 110,000-year-old DNA.

It’s 3,500 years old.

Oxford archaeologist says, “This is stunning, it’s major league.”

It’s the first ancient-African genome to be sequenced.

Editors at student newspaper denounce column on evolution and human difference.

Homo Sap and Neanderthal were interbreeding for at least 10,000 years.

He was an Indian despite the shape of his skull.

Study tries to answer whether it was a migration of people or ideas that created civilization.

It may have happened less than 8,000 years ago.

The British remain sons of the soil.

New paper suggests whites may be genetically pacified.

Treasures inside are proof of trade between Mediterraneans and Celts.

East Asians have between 15 and 30 percent more Neanderthal DNA than Europeans.

55,000-year-old skull found in Israel resembles those of the first inhabitants of Europe.

Of those excavated, many have blonde or red hair.

36,000-year-old genome gives up its secrets.

In Central Europe lactose tolerance may have appeared only 3,100 years ago.

A fascinating study of what makes Northern Europe so attractive to immigrants.

This does not stop people claiming Muslims got here before Columbus.

A Troublesome Inheritance: A Conversation with Nicholas Wade


Eugenics, the future of genetic research, and academic closemindedness.


Allows scientists to estimate Neanderthals and H. Sapiens interbred about 60,000 years ago.

Geneticists unravel some of them mystery of European origins.

Modern humans arrived in Europe earlier than previously thought.

What killed off the Dorset people?

Anthropologists battled Indians and the government for the right to study the 9,000-year-old skeleton.

A single base pair mutation adjusts red blood cell production in Tibetans.

Whites may have killed blacks with arrows.

Admixture with Denisovans gave Tibetans a special gene that regulates the number of red blood cells.

Nicholas Wade answers his critics.

Stretch Genes, New York Review of Books

Reviewer of Wade book: race “is an especially dangerous subject.”

The kind of objections we expected from anthropologists.

Charles Murray praises this important book.

It was extinction by miscegenation.

This may explain why Australian Aborigines are so different from other groups.

A piece of Africa came along with North America when the continents split.