Crete-Late Minoan ll-Troy IV-18th Dynasty Egypt-Upper Egypt was Ethiopia-Berbers-Egyptian was a Superscription for Generic Blackness

Source: African Athena: New Agendas (Oxford University Press) 2011 A.D.

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This source confirms much of what we have already noted on this website. This source confirms that many Moors/Mauri were black. Not all Moors/Mauri were black, but many of them were black and some were mixed. This is important because Professor Lucia Chiavola Birnbaum noted that Jews and Moors physically resembled each other. This source highlights the blackness of other groups in the northern regions of Africa. This source also speaks about anti-black racism that existed in the ancient world.

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