A Negroid Roman Soldier

Source: Terracotta of a soldier’s head (Global Egyptian Museum) 2021 A.D.

Note: From the source.

From the source, “The head of a Roman soldier with negroid facial features. It is protected by a pointed helmet. The back part is missing.”

This source confirms the black presence in the ancient Greco-Roman realm.

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