Craniodental Affinities of Southeast Asia's “Negritos” and the Concordance with Their Genetic Affinities

  title={Craniodental Affinities of Southeast Asia's “Negritos” and the Concordance with Their Genetic Affinities},
  author={D. Bulbeck},
  booktitle={Human biology},
  • D. Bulbeck
  • Published in Human biology 2013
  • Geography, Medicine
  • Abstract Genetic research into Southeast Asia's “negritos” has revealed their deep-rooted ancestry, with time depth comparable to that of Southwest Pacific populations. This finding is often interpreted as evidence that negritos, in contrast to other Southeast Asians, can trace much of their ancestry directly back to the early dispersal of Homo sapiens in the order of 70 kya from Africa to Pleistocene New Guinea and Australia. One view on negritos is to lump them and Southwest Pacific peoples… CONTINUE READING
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