Dziwnie czytać że Emishi to byli ludzie przybyli z Rosji. Coś zupełnie innego podaje ten cytat:
Yayoi people came to the isles between 3,000~2,000 years ago. They were farmers and brought farming with them from the continent. They were numerous and had a large population. They came from what is now China and Korea. Phenotypically, they were typically mongoloid: epicanthic folds, brachycephalic, flat face, fine features, small nose, little facial and body hair.
It is believed that once the Yayoi people started to enter the isles, they overwhelmed the Jomon people with their numbers, dislocating or absorbing them. From Kyushu in the south west where they entered, the Yayoi people spread swiftly throughout the isles with their advantage of possessing farming and grew rapidly in population size. Jomon people dwindled in number, pushed to the north east, as north east was the last place to be absorbed by the Yayoi. From this period of immigration, dislocation, absorption and demographic change that lasted for centuries, an ethnicity called the emishi emerged in the north east. They were already a mixed people between the Yayoi and Jomon, but nevertheless still retained Jomon characteristics.
Swoją drogą jeśli popatrzymy na twarze Jomon i ich dość dużą zbiezność z Ainu, wtedy można mieć pomysł chyba całkiem rozsądny że Jomon mieli silne związki Aurignacoidami. Ostatnio wskazuje się na wpływ Aurignacoidów na niektóre fenotypyPapuasów, być może ta wskazówka pomogłaby rozwikłać zagadkę ludu Jomon.
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