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Endogamy in Egyptian Nubia

  • F. H Hussien (a1)
Abstract

In a sample of 282 marriages in New Nubia in Egypt, 39% were between first cousins and 21% between less closely related kin. The average number of liveborn offspring in first-cousin marriages was higher than in marriages between more distant relations and unrelated spouses, but the number of deaths among children of first-cousin couples was also higher.

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R.A. Fernea (1963) The ethnological survey of Egyptian Nubia. Curr. Anthrop. 4, 122.

R.A. Fernea & J.G. Kennedy (1966) Initial adaptation to the resettlement. A new life for the Egyptian Nubians. Curr. Anthrop. 7, 349.

D.F. Roberts , M. Evans , E.W. Ikin & A.E. Mourant (1966) Blood groups and the affinities of the Canary Islanders. Man, 1, 512.

J.A. Valsik (1967) Discussion and criticism on the Egyptian Nubia. Curr. Anthrop. 8, 251.

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Journal of Biosocial Science
  • ISSN: 0021-9320
  • EISSN: 1469-7599
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