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Most of the extant mtDNA boundaries in South and Southwest Asia were likely shaped during the initial settlement of Eurasia by anatomically modern humans, 2005
Other Genetic Researchers : (pdf, html pages)
Out of Africa - Major genomic mitochondrial lineages delineate early human expansions, 2005
Exploring Northeast African Metric Craniofacial Variation at the Individual Level: A Comparative Study Using Principal Components Analysis,
S.O.Y. Keita, American Journal of Human Biology (2004)
Studies of Ancient Crania From Northern Africa,
S.O.Y. Keita, American Journal of Physical Anthropology (1990)
Genetics, Egypt, and History: Interpreting Geographical Patterns of Y Chromosome Variation
S.O.Y. Keita & A. J. Boyce, History in Africa, 32 pp. 221-246 (2005)
Early Nile Valley Farmers, From El-Badari, Aboriginals or “European” Agro-Nostratic Immigrants?
Craniometric Affinities Considered With Other Data,
S.O.Y. Keita, Journal of Black Studies, Vol. 36 No. 2, pp. 191-208 (2005)
History in the Interpretation of the Pattern of p49a,f TaqI RFLP Y-Chromosome Variation in Egypt:
A Consideration of Multiple Lines of Evidence,
S.O.Y. Keita, American Journal of Human Biology, 17: 559–567 (2005)
The Persistence of Racial Thinking and the Myth of Racial Divergence,
S.O.Y. Keita and Rick A. Kittles, American Anthropologist (1997)
Studies and Comments on Ancient Egyptian Biological Relationships,
S.O.Y. Keita, History in Africa, 20: 129-154 (1993)
The Origins of Afroasiatic,
Ehret, Keita and Newman, Science (2004)
Conceptualizing Human Variation,
S.O.Y. Keita, Nature Genetics Supplement (2004)
Additional Reading:
Diachronic Patterns of Dental Hypoplasias and Vault Porosities During the Predynastic in the Naqada Region, Upper Egypt,
S.O.Y. Keita, A.J. Boyce (2001)
An Analysis of Crania From Tell-Duweir Using Multiple Discriminant Functions,
S.O.Y. Keita, American Journal of Physical Anthropology, 75: 375-390 (1988)
Interpreting African Genetic Diversity,
S.O.Y. Keita & Rick Kittles, African Archaeological Review, Vol. 16, No. 2 (1999)
“Race”: Confusion About Zoological and Social Taxonomies, and Their Places in Science,
S.O.Y. Keita, A.J. Boyce, Field Museum of Chicago Institute of Biological Anthropology, Oxford University, American Journal of Human Biology, 13: 569–575 (2001)
Variation in Ancient Egyptian Stature and Body Proportions
Sonia R. Zakrzewski, Department of Archaeology, University of Southampton, Southampton SO17 1BF, UK,
American Journal of Physical Anthropology, 121:219–229 (2003)
The Questionable Contribution of the Neolithic and the Bronze Age to European Craniofacial Form,
C. Loring Brace, National Academy of Sciences (2006)
Charts: Y-DNA Haplogroup Tree 2006: International Society of Genetic Genealogy Website
Old formats, new experiments and royal ideology in the Early Nubian Period up to Tantamani’s reign (ca. 721–664 BCE)
in L. Bareš, F. Coppens and S. Smoláriková (eds.), Egypt in Transition, (Prague, 2010), 183-207
Myra Wysinger
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Who Were the Ancient Egyptians? Dental Affinities Among Neolithic Through Postdynastic Peoples,
Joel D. Irish, American Journal of Physical Anthropology, (2006)
Brief Communication: Y-Chromosome Haplotypes in Egypt
G. Lucotte, and G. Mercier, American Journal of Physical Anthropology (2003)
Phylogeographic Analysis of Haplogroup E3b (E-M215) Y Chromosomes Reveals Multiple Migratory Events Within and Out of Africa,
Fulvio Cruciani . . . ., American Journal Human Genetics (2004)
African Language Family Histories
Implications of African Language Family Histories for Human History,
Professor Christopher Ehret, University of California at Los Angeles (UCLA), is a major figure in African history and African historical linguistics.
Geneticist Dr. S.O.Y. Keita
Analysis of Hair Samples of Mummies from Semna South
American Journal of Physical Anthropology, 49: 277-262 (1978)
The Wavy Line and the Dotted Wavy Line Pottery in the Prehistory of the Central Nile and the Sahara-Sahel Belt
Abbas S. Mohammed-Ali, Abdel-Rahim M. Khabir, African Archaeological Review, Vol. 20, No. 1, March 2003
Natives or Immigrants: Modern Human Origin in East Asia,
Li Jin and Bing Su, Macmillan Magazines Ltd (2000)
Population Continuity or Population Change: Formation of the Ancient Egyptian State
Sonia R. Zakrzewski, Department of Archaeology, University of Southampton, Highfield, Southampton SO17 1BF, UK
American Journal of Physical Anthropology, 132: 501–509 (2007)
Disseminating scientific culture:
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Dr. Keita talks at Cambridge University about race, ethnicity, language, and origins of Ancient Egyptians and Afro-Asiatics.

The Bio Cultural Origins of Egypt

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Limb Proportions, and living population example of the Egyptian mummy skeletal type
Meroitic – an Afroasiatic language?
Kirsty Rowan, School of Oriental and African Studies ( SOAS) Working Papers in Linguistics Vol. 14 (2006): 169-206
Clines and Clusters Versus “Race:” A Test in Ancient Egypt and the Case of a Death on the Nile, (1993)
C. Loring Brace ... Museum of Anthropology, Department of Anthropology, University of Washington
Characterization of Biological Diversity Through Analysis of Discrete Cranial Traits
Hanihara, Ishida, and Dodo, American Journal of Physical Anthropology, 121:241–251 (2003)
Variability in facial size and shape among North and East African human populations,
Emiliano Bruner, Giorgio Manzi, Ital. J. Zool., 71: 51-56 (2004) Rome (Italy)
Forensic Misclassification of Ancient Nubian Crania: Implications for Assumptions About Human Variation,
Frank L’Engle, Williams, Robert L. Belcher, and George J. Armelagos, Current Anthropology, Volume 46, Number 2, April 2005
Eight Hundred-Year-Old Human Remains From the Ituri Tropical Forest, Democratic Republic of Congo: The Rock Shelter Site of Matangai Turu Northwest
Julio Mercader, Marı´a Dolores Garralda, Osbjorn M. Pearson, and Robert C. Bailey, American Journal of Physical Anthropology, 115:24–37 (2001)
Temporal Variation in Phenetic Affinity of Early Upper Egyptian Male Cranial Series,
Soy O Keita, A.J. Boyce, Human Biology 80, No.2 (Apr 2008): 141-59
Working toward a synthesis of archaeological, linguistic, and genetic data for inferring African population history
Laura B. Scheinfeldta, Sameer Soib, and Sarah A. Tishkoff,  Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences, (2010); 107(2010) Department of Genetics, Genomics and Computational Biology Graduate Group, and Department of Biology, University of Pennsylvania
Migrations. Ancient Egypt. (The Huxley Lecture for 1906), by W. M. Flinders Petrie; presented November 1st, 1906.
Black Genesis: The Prehistoric Origins of Ancient Egypt
by Robert Bauval, Thomas Brophy Ph.D.
Early humans settled in Arabia (Yemen) (July 2012); see also the full report published in Journal of Human Evolution
at Science Direct.
DNATribes 2012: Genetic Analysis of Amarna Mummies
The XI Dynasty Temples at Deir el-Bahri, Part 1, Edouakd Naville, (London: Egypt Exploration Fund, 1913)