Zeus-Epaphus-Libyans and Ethiopians-The Daughters of Danaus were Black-Delphos-Delpho’s Mother’s-Nubian Queen Tiy-Blacks in Pompeiian Graffiti

Source: Before Color Prejudice The Ancient View of Blacks (Harvard University Press) 1983 A.D.

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Note: Page 14 of the source.

d
Note: Page 40 of the source.

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Note: Page 57 of the source.

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Note: Page 67 of the source.

d
Note: Depictions.

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Note: Page 77 of the source.

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Note: Page 79 of the source.

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Note: Page 91 of the source.

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Note: Page 91 of the source.

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Note: Page 92 of the source.

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Note: Page 94 of the source.

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Note: Page 95 of the source.

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Note: Page 95 of the source.

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Note: Page 108 of the source.

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Note: Page 112 of the source.

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Note: Page 124 of the source.

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Note: Page 144 of the source.

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Note: Page 148 of the source.

d
Note: Head of a young mulatto girl from 2nd century A.D. Corinth.

d
Note: Black and white captives from Ramesses lll’s palace.

d
Note: Negroid Nike.

d
Note: Mixed black-white descent figure.

d
Note: Elderly Negroid “philosopher”.

d
Note: Black and White priests in Isiac ceremony.

d
Note: Mosaic of racially mixed couple.

d
Note: Mosaic of racially mixed couple.

This source confirms the ancient black presence in regions such as Carthage. The black presence in Greco-Roman mythology can be used to reflect the society’s attitude toward ethnicity which implies black people were not a rarity and they held numerous different positions.

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