This East Timorese man looks more Aboriginal, or better yet, Papuan.
A pseudo-Caucasoid or Ryukuyan type in East Timor.
An Ainuid! What is this hairy Ainu man doing in East Timor?
Maricon Power writes:
Robert Lindsay, I do agree on many of your point. The only thing I don’t agree is that Jomons (ancestors of Ainu ) were descendants of the Jomonese Thailand in 16,000 YPB. You’re right that they descended from Southeast Asia but most likely that location is in southern Southeast Asia, maybe Timor.
”According to Hanihara, modern Japanese lineages began with Jomon people who moved into the Japanese archipelago during Paleolithic times from their homeland in southeast Asia.”
This map goes along with Maricon Power’s comment above. That pseudo-Caucasoid is, believe it or not a Ryukuyan Ainuid type.
Another pseudo-Caucasoid Ainuid type from East Timor. He’s even wearing a White man’s cowboy hat!
Yet another pseudo-Caucasoid. That man simply looks like a White man, period. Amazing.
An Ainu man in East Timor! Get a load of that getup, including the most amazing feather hast I have ever seen.
Hello, a study was done using many different Asian skulls. When plotted on a graph with all of the other skulls, Jomonese 13,000 was a perfect match for Thailand 16,000 (Proto-Thai). “Proto-Jomonese” types were probably widespread through SE Asia at the time. The types in Easts Timor and in Thailand are probably the same people.
Everyone who thinks that Australoids are all ugly needs to reconsider that view now. Look at this fellow. He’s an Australoid, sure. And he’s also quite exotic looking. But he’s incredibly handsome, at least to my eyes. Anyone agree?
Another Ainuid-looking fellow. Actually he looks more Aboriginal to me, but Ainu types also look Aboriginal.
There he is! An Ainu in East Timor. Does that garb resemble traditional Ainu clothing? I wonder.