The Cro-Magnons of Europe were clearly one of the earliest Caucasoids present in the skeletal record. An ancient specimen called Cro Magnon 1 was found in Cro Magnon village in France in 1868. This is the type specimen for the Cro-Magnons. Cro Magnon 1 is referred to as the “Old Man,” though he was probably only about 40-50 years old. Half of his face had been eaten away by some horrible fungus and he had lost most of his teeth as a result, but he still had incisors. He is dated at 27,680 YBP.
This is one of the best specimens to look at for a view of what the ancient Caucasians looked like.
The best analysis to date indicates that the Old Man was not a member of any extant race of man; instead, he was part of a race that no longer exists. He resembled the Indians of NW America more than any other group of extant humans.
The Makah Indians of NW Washington are a good example of the NW American Indian phenotype, and quite a few of them have survived.
So he looked like a Makah Indian from the Olympic National Park region of Washington state.
That the Makah are Amerindian Mongoloids and the ancient Caucasians were Caucasoids is unusual, but back then, the classic races of man had not yet formed.
Classic Mongoloids are only known from 9,000 YBP. Before that, they did not exist. Classic White Caucasians only go back 11,000 YBP in Europe, and blue eyes and red hair is even more recent (9,000 YBP). At 12,000 YBP, Europeans looked like Arabs and had genes that looked like Arab genes. So Arabs may be the remains of ancient Caucasians.