About the three ancient Egyptian mummies:



The trio was named JK2134, dating from 776-569 BC, JK2888, estimated to have lived around 97-2 BC, and JK2911, from 769-560 BC.

The mummies came from an ancient Nile community known as Abusir el-Meleq. Scientists observed that their ancestry more closely resembled that of modern Mediterranean and Middle Eastern individuals than that of modern Egyptians.

Their complexion is believed to have been light brown, with dark hair and eyes and no freckles. "These results are very consistent with the findings of Schuenemann et al that 'ancient Egyptians shared more ancestry with Near Easterners than present-day Egyptians, who received additional sub-Saharan admixture in more recent times' and that they had an allele for lighter skin," Parabon NanoLabs said in a press release.
https://www.infobae.com/america/cien...-de-2000-anos/

There may be a large number of Near Easterners that are actually of North African provenance and this overlapping or being overlapped or do they need more time or more samples as they always say to find out?

What is clear is that North Africa has there in both the Etruscans and Rome and you are not going to hide or hide it any longer.