Negroid Terracotta Head Found In Upper Egypt

Source: Terracotta of a male (The Global Egyptian Museum) 2021 A.D.

Note: From the source.

From the source, “Masculin head with negroid facial features. He is curly-haired and has a wide nose and thick lips. The body of the figure is now lost. Reddish-coloured surface. The head is hollow…UPPER EGYPT:  GOVERNORATE OF BENI SUEIF:  IHNASIYA EL-MADINA/HERAKLEOPOLIS”

This source confirms the negroid presence that potentially existed in Upper Egypt (the location where the item was found) during the Greco-Roman era.

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