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Coon divides the races into five categories--Australoid, Mongoloid, Caucasoid, Congoid, and Capoids--and supports his thesis with photographs of African persons in close proximity to photographs of lemurs, chimpanzees, and gorillas (plates 8-16), as well as comparative analyses of skulls and bone fragments of the early hominin Paranthropus boisei and Australian aborigines (plate 23).
hankukin-un mongoincong-i-ta Korean-TOP mongoloid-COP "Koreans are mongoloids.
Moreover, regardless of the level of interest aroused by ethnographic writing, Italian readers could comfort themselves with the knowledge that the Ethiopians were traditionally considered "the third race" after Caucasians and Mongoloids, the ur-African race.
Early agriculture and the dispersal of the southern Mongoloids, in Akazawa & Szathmary (ed.
History : Ancient people of Bangladesh were Proto-Australoids and Proto Mongoloids who were subjugated by caucasoids (aryans), who promulgated Hinduism.