As earlier stated, many Anthropologists, Researchers and Academics, still refuse to acknowledge that Africans were the first Human colonizers of Europe.

It was made for the BBC2 series The Incredible Human Journey.

This will follow the evolution of humans from the cradle of Africa to the waves of migrations that saw Homo sapiens colonize the globe.

(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.

On the matter of credibility: On first reading, readers of these pages generally feel amazement, the concept of Blacks being the original settlers, and builders of the first civilizations everywhere, including Europe, is particularly unsettling to them.

Both Black and White, because they were taught that there were no Blacks in Europe until the Romans brought them.These caverns form one of the most compact groups of Paleolithic caverns in all Europe - these skeletons are "COMPLETE" and date to 43,000 B. More on the Grimaldi skeletons: Click here So why all of the fuss over a few "skull bones" when there are complete skeletons available, which are much older? (Some Whites still cling to the myth that they evolved in Europe, and some White writers and media are intent on perpetuating this ignorance).Click here for more on Cro-Magnon: Click here The reason that nobody mentions the Grimaldi skeletons is that they destroy all "deniability".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.The exhibits below attest to the fact that this knowledge was known over a hundred years ago.