The Oxford Encyclopedia of Ancient Egypt Volume 3-Ph.D. Stuart Tyson Smith’s Commentary-It Is Reasonable To Label Ancient Egyptians Were “Black” While Acknowledging The Genetic Diversity of Africa-Various Evidence Supports Egypt’s African Origin-Immigration Did Contribute To Ancient Egypt Which Confirms Its Diversity-Egyptian and Nubian Similarities-New Kingdom Iconography Provided “Idealized” Representations of Different Peoples So Use Discernment When Viewing Them

Source: The Oxford Encyclopedia of Ancient Egypt Vol.3 (Oxford) 2000 A.D. – pg. 28

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This source confirms much of what we have stated on this website. Ancient Egypt can be considered to be a black, African civilization but it doesn’t mean everyone in ancient Egypt was black because immigration contributed to Egypt’s development at an early stage.

Additionally, this source confirms that discernment needs to be used when viewing Egyptian iconography starting in the New Kingdom Era because the depictions of other peoples were not accurate depictions of those peoples.

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