The Ancient Abydos were “Southern”, Tropical African Peoples-Ta Seti and Egypt

Source: Further studies of crania from ancient Northern Africa: An analysis of crania from First Dynasty Egyptian tombs, using multiple discriminant functions (American Journal of Physical Anthropology) 1992 A.D.

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This source confirms the southern origins of the ancient Egyptians, there were “negroidEgyptians and pharaohs long before the 25th Dynasty, the ethnic connection to ancient Nubians, and cultural links to ancient Nubia. This source can also be used to point to Ezekiel 29:14 because Ta-Seti can be used to show at one point Upper Egypt/Pathros was a part of Nubia itself which means the Egyptians are fundamentally “African”.

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