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Genetics and anthropology of Caucasian nations and the problem of caucasoids origin

Nazarova A.F., Aslanishvili V.O., Altukhov S.M.

 


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Anthropological investigations have shown that representatives of european and mongoloid races lived in the river basin of Aragvi from late Stone Age. These data confirm a viewpoint of academician V.P. Alekssev (1974) that population of the Caucasus was compound in race terms from the ancient times. Situation of the Caucasian peoples on the dendrogrammes built corresponds in general to the data of national anthropologists. Clusterization of other europeoid ethnic groups also corresponds in general to the anthropological and historical data and confirms hypothesis which we have set up earlier about differentiation of europeoids, north mongoloids and of the same population which lived in Asia in palaeolith.

Tsitologiya i Genetika 2004, vol. 38, no. 5, pp. 45-56



Nazarova A.F., Aslanishvili V.O., Altukhov S.M. Genetics and anthropology of Caucasian nations and the problem of caucasoids origin, Tsitol Genet., 2004, vol. 38, no. 5, pp. 45-56.




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