“Saracens/Moors” of the Round Table Most Likely Sported “Characteristic African hair” styles depicted on Trajan’s Column-Trojan Prince Brut and Egyptian Princesses Scotia Founded Britain and Scotland

Source: A Companion to African American History (Blackwell Publishing) 2005 A.D.

d
Note: Page 33 of the A Companion source.

d
Note: Page 33 to 34 of the A Companion source.

d
Note: Page 34 to 35 of the A Companion source.

d
Note: Page 35 of the A Companion source.

d
Note: Page 40 of the A Companion source.

d
Note: Page 27 of the A Companion source.

d
Note: Page 28 of the A Companion to Africa source.

d
Note: Page 28 of the A Companion to Africa source.

d
Note: Page 28 to 29 of the A Companion source.

These sources confirm through oral traditions, written accounts, linguistics, iconography, and archaeological sources that from prehistoric to medieval Europe were influenced and populated by different black peoples. This source confirms that many of the Saracens were black because Irish lore states it along with numerous other sources we have throughout this website.

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