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Of course, some might say that the Russians have been making Busts of the original Black Europeans for years - and the Russians are White. The Great Glacial Ice Sheets that covered most of Europe started to melt and a group, or groups, of these Khoisan type peoples walked across the Gibraltar straits and entered Europe.
Which is true, but the Russians do not have the same "investment" in racism and "racial superiority" that Europeans and their descendants in the Americas have. This marks the first time in Human History that modern Humans have crossed over into the formally frozen wilderness of Europe.
(He was actually a later "Hybrid" Human: Modern man is much older than the Hybrids Cro-Magnon and Neanderthal).
So then, the White myth goes like this: The "Fully Modern Human" Grimaldi; enters Europe at about 45,000 B. He then sits around doing nothing for 10,000 years. C, the "archaic" Humanoid Cro-Magnon enters Europe; he then immediately sets about creating the most magnificent art known to ancient man - all the while - "modern Man" Grimaldi (he's Black you know); sits around doing nothing.
But of course, that may change as Russia moves closer to Europe culturally and politically. Once in Europe, Grimaldi Man continued his migrations, and came to eventually inhabit all of Europe and Northern Asia.
The Easternmost limit of his range, appears to have been the settlement known as Mal'ta in Siberia Russia, just north of Mongolia.
It also shows the close links between the first European settlers and their immediate African ancestors.Quote: This clay sculpture portrays the face of the earliest known modern European - a man or woman who hunted deer and gathered fruit and herbs in ancient forests more than 35,000 years ago.It was created by Richard Neave; one of Britain's leading forensic scientists, using fossilized fragments of skull and jawbone found in a cave seven years ago.The lower jawbone was discovered by potholers in Pestera cu Oase, the "cave with bones", located in the southwestern Carpathian Mountains of Romania in 2002.The rest of the fragments were found the following year.