Systematic methodology

Systematic ethnology

 Systematic anthropology                 

Systematic linguistics

Population geogenetics

Systematic poetics

 Systematic fokloristics                    




Prehistoric tribes

 Prehistoric races

Prehistoric languages

Population ethnogenetics

   Literary genres

Prehistoric folklore











*     Racial taxonomy

*     Ethnical taxonomy

*     Europids

*     Nordids

*     Indids

*     Littoralids

*     Caucasoids

*     Elamitoids

*     Negrids

*     Melanids

*     Tungids

*     Pelasgids

*     Cimbroids

*     Turanids 

*     Ugro-Scythids

*     Uralo-Sarmatids

*     Lappids

*     Sinids



*     Spain                France

*     Italy       Benelux

*      Britain         Celts

*      Scandinavia  

*     Germany

*     Balts        Slavs

*     Greece

*     Anatolia




The  Paragenetic Model of Human Evolution from Hominids

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The  Theoretical Foundations  of  Anthropology, Ethnology and Prehistoric Studies




*     The  Paragenetic Model of Human Evolution from Hominids

*     The Tenets of Evolutionary Paragenesis

*     Evolutionary Paragenesis as a Middle Way between Anthropological Monogenesis and Polynenesis

*     The Folktale Typology of Prehistoric Races

*     The Origins of Human Religious Faiths



*     Errors in the Traditional Classification of Races

*     Principles of Systematic Evolutionary Taxonomy

*     The Phylogenetic Trees of Human Stocks

*     The Transition from Hominids to Hominins

*     Systematic Anthropology


The  Paragenetic Model of Human Evolution from Hominids

   The paragenetic model of prehistory presupposes that most hominins and hominids lived in relative interbreeding and their genetic distances were much nearer than now. What we denote as detached genera and species were actually interfertile genetic races, strains, lineages, crosses and hybrids that later lost mutual interfertility owing to isolation in different hominoid populations. It is not plausible that they developed by large jumps from one genus to another, they must have maintained and preserved their genetic pool through progressive evolutionary metamorphoses. Many categories of genus and species were only generations, so the extant binomial and trinomial anthropological classification should adopt a special term for transient generations. All strains underwent parallel processes of hominisation, gracilisation and sapientisation by means of radical revolutions and longer stages of conservative inertia. Hominins split off hominids and hominoids as a special genetic stream competing with alternative strains of Paranthropines and Australopithecines. Participation in different population strains caused intraspecial differentiation. In the following evolutionary series the symbol ­ means digression while the arrow → implies genetic continuity. It does not mean direct mother-daugher inheritance but a complex statistic process with many digressions splitting off the dominant mainstream. The following series are chief statistic mainstreams that suggest that the Palaeolithic Urrassen had different ancestors but converged to one of predominant Neolithic racial varieties.   


Tall robust dolichocephalous herbivores with marked crista sagittalis

Gigantopithecus (9 mya) Ouranopithecus (9 mya) (­ Gorillas (9 mya))Paranthropus aethiopicus (2.5 mya) (­ Paranthropus robustus (2 mya)) Australopithecus garhi (2.5 mya) Australopithecus sediba (1.8 mya) Homo gautengensis (1.8 mya) Homo erectus (1.8 mya) → Oldowans (1.8 mya).


Slender piscivores with tall and leptoprosopic flattish faces:

Proconsul africanus (23 mya) Kenyanthropus platyops (3.5 mya) Australopithecus afarensis (3.92.9 mya) Homo habilis (2.1–1.5 mya)Homo rudolfensis (2–1.5 mya) → Levalloisians (0.5 mya).


Tall brachycephalous carnivores and big-game hunters with narrow aquiline noses

Australopithecus anamensis (4.5 mya) Laetoli man Homo heidebergensis Homo rhodensis (0.5 mya) (­ Saldanha man) Homo neanderthalensis → Mousterians.


Shortsized  brachycephalous omnivores:

Ardipithecus ramidus (4.4 mya) Ardipithecus kadabba (­ Pan paniscus (Bonobo)) → Australo-pithecus afarensis (3.9 mya) Homo habilis → Sanids Pygmids (­ Homo floresiensis) → Sinids.


Table 1. The paragenetic model of racial diversification