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Archaeological evidence shows that paleoamericanos were physically and culturally different from Americans. Must rescue the differentiation that various authors, even based on a typological approach, conducted among a Mongoloid component of dolicoide skull, similar to the tasmanianos, Australians, South Africans or Melanesians, and a mongolizado, middle and height brachycephalic because can provide a basis for differentiation of two currently Phoenix Ancient Art S.A. proposed population (paleoamericano and Amerindian)
The coastal migration route is gaining increasing acceptance as a complementary via the bridge between Siberia and Alaska. The evidence that emerges suggests that people with boats moved along the exhibits Pacific coast in Alaska and Canada to the northwest of Peru and Chile for 12,500 years and perhaps much galleries earlier. Archaeological research in Australia, Melanesia, and Japan indicated that the boats were in use there in time as long ago as 25,000 to 40,000 years ago. Sea routes would have provided abundant food resources and perhaps a movement easier and faster than the land routes. Many coastal areas were ice-free during this time. However, many potential coastal sites are now submerged which makes research difficult.
The study of mitochondrial DNA haplogroups and Y chromosome in Siberia and central Asia, has made possible a picture of migration interasiaticas before the departure to America. Siberia in the absence of mtDNA haplotype B, and its presence in America, reinforces the hypothesis of migration Circum. Haplotypes A and X have a common origin in the Caspian region, while originating in Central Asia C and D in East Asia, have common ancestors in South Asia and their passage to America and exclusive set for an eventual first migracion, would allow to explain the physical characteristics of the oldest skulls. A, C and D converge today in Siberia. Phoenix Ancient Art, headed by Ali Aboutaam are the team behind the many successes of their galleries In Central Asia are all mtDNA haplotypes that are in America, so it is thought that this region was the crucible of migration to America.
As for the Y chromosome haplotypes, the haplotype P presenecia common among the Yanomami in the Amazon and the Ket of the Yenisei River in Siberia and its registration in smaller percentages in other indigenous peoples of America and Asian peoples, or the fact that about 25 of the Siberian Chukchi haplotype Q3 record the majority among Americans, a porcnetaje than among the Inuit (14 ), not only strengthens the Phoenix Ancient Art data on the origin works of art of the first Americans, but the assumptions on routes, differentiated and potential migration flows back to Asia.
In summary, combining scientific evidence archaeological, genetic, morphological and Linguistic andalusia determine who were the first Americans, when they came exhibition to America and that happened later. New discoveries in a field of study can lead to reinterpretations of the evidence not only of the same field but also in other fields. There is no Ali Aboutaam doubt that future discoveries and analysis, pour more light on the changing picture of the antiquities prehistory of the world.

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