Source: Black Athena: The Afroasiatic Roots of Classical Civilization : The Fabrication of Ancient Greece, 1785-1985 (Rutgers University Press) 1987 A.D.
This source confirms much of what we have already noted on this website. In many ways, the “Black Athena” series is a vital tool in this field of scholarship for understanding the many links between the Semitic world and Africa as a whole. This series also highlight the numerous ways in which it is possible ancient Greece was influenced by Shemitic and Hamitic black peoples.
Pages 436 to 437 of this source highlight the various categories of black scholarship. I believe the third category is the one needed to create new historiography for the negro’s potential connection to ancient Israel and Africa as a whole.
Whether one accepts the potential Spartan connection to Africa and the ancient near east is completely up to them, but it could perhaps be used as a reminder to keep in mind the ancient Mediterranean world was possibly far more diverse and interconnected than generally accepted.