The best way to create a list. Is simply to get hold of available information, and construct a list yourself.
Semitic speaking, Sumerian Kingdom of Kish 5400bc
The Sumerian king list states that Kish was the first city to have kings following the deluge, beginning with Jushur. Jushur's successor is called Kullassina-bel, but this is actually a sentence in Akkadian meaning "All of them were lord". Thus, some scholars have suggested that this may have been intended to signify the absence of a central authority in Kish for a time. The names of the next nine kings of Kish preceding Etana are all Akkadian words for animals, e.g. Zuqaqip "scorpion". The East Semitic nature of these and other early names associated with Kish reveals that its population had a strong Semitic (Akkadian speaking) component from the dawn of recorded history. Ignace Gelb identified Kish as the center of the earliest East Semitic culture which he calls the Kish civilization.
Upper Egyptians 4400bc/3800bc
Ka is one of the best attested predynastic kings with Narmer and Scorpion II. Beyond Abydos, he is attested in the predynastic necropolis of Adaima in Upper Egypt and in the north in Tarkhan, Helwan, Tell Ibrahim Awad, Wadi Tumilat and as far north as Tel Lod in the Southern Levant.
I also have reason to believe that the Upper Egyptians were not Africans, and were more likely Indians.
This is due to this statement below from an Egyptian pharaoh, that made a racist comment regards to Sudanese people, whilst invading Nubia.
It is not a comment one would expect from an African pharaoh.
Racist comment from a Pharaoh
"[Reign of] Sneferu. Year ...
The building of Tuataua ships of mer wood
of a hundred capacity, and 60 royal boats of sixteen capacity.
Raid in the Land of the Blacks, and the bringing in of seven thousand
prisoners, men and women, and twenty thousand cattle, sheep, and
The bringing of forty ships of cedar wood (or perhaps "laden with cedar
Naqada skeletons from pre-dynastic Egypt, dating to between 3700 and 3800bc, were morpholigically proximate to those of Indians and Europeans.
Monuments and Excavations
Craniometric analysis of predynastic Naqada fossils found that they were closely related to other Afroasiatic-speaking populations inhabiting the Horn of Africa and the Maghreb, as well as to Bronze age and medieval period Nubians and to specimens from ancient Jericho. The Naqada skeletons were also morphologically proximate to modern osteological series from Europe and the Indian subcontinent. However, the Naqada fossils and these ancient and recent skeletons were phenotypically distinct from fossils belonging to modern Niger-Congo-speaking populations inhabiting Tropical Africa, as well as from Mesolithic skeletons excavated at Wadi Halfa in the Nile Valley.
Elam (/ˈiːləm/; Elamite: 𒁹𒄬𒆷𒁶𒋾 haltamti; Sumerian: 𒉏𒈠𒆠 NIM.MAki; Hebrew: עֵילָם ʿÊlām; Old Persian: 𐎢𐎺𐎩 Ūvja) was an ancient civilization centered in the far west and southwest of modern-day Iran, stretching from the lowlands of what is now Khuzestan and Ilam Province as well as a small part of southern Iraq. The modern name Elam stems from the Sumerian transliteration elam(a), along with the later Akkadian elamtu, and the Elamite haltamti. Elamite states were among the leading political forces of the Ancient Near East. In classical literature Elam was also known as Susiana (US: /ˌsuːʒiˈænə/ UK: /ˌsuːziˈɑːnə/; Ancient Greek: Σουσιανή Sousiānḗ), a name derived from its capital Susa.
In 2600bc a mystery peoples turn up in the Levant, named the Aratta.
Aratta is a land that appears in Sumerian myths surrounding Enmerkar and Lugalbanda, two early and possibly mythical kings of Uruk also mentioned on the Sumerian king list.
A give away clue as to who those people were comes from the legendary description given to them
Come from a land rich in Gold
According to Sumerian literature
It is a fabulously wealthy place full of gold, silver, lapis lazuli and other precious materials, as well as the artisans to craft them.1
Well, during this period, gold mining was being conducted in Saudi Arabia
Mahd adh Dhahab 2600bc
The Mahd Al Thahab (Arabic: مَـهـد الـذّهـب, "Cradle of (the) Gold"), is a small gold area in the Arabian Peninsula. It is located in the Province of Al-Madinah, in the Hejazi region of Saudi Arabia.
Gold was first mined in Arabia c. 3,000 BC. A second period of activity was during the Islamic Abbasid period
But this is only from what is written in written records.
I am sure all those peoples, in this general area, predated written records.
And who the upper Egyptians were is speculative.
It would appear they definitely were not African however.
As Sneferus comments, this is not consistent with that of an African, and appears a little racist.
And both Indian, and European fossils have been found amongst the upper Egyptian Naqada skeletons.
However it makes more sense that the Pharaohs were Indians, and not Europeans, as the Pharaohs spent over 2000 years fighting Levantine groups, which would include Elamites.
And the Naqada period ranges from 4400bc to 3250bc, therefore there is nothing to say that any European fossils found in upper egypt were there since 4400bc.
It is more likely then that the Pharaohs were Indian, and any Europeans living in upper Egypt, were purely citizens.