The Travels of Ibn Battuta Speak of Berbers Being Black and Copts, Berbers, Abyssinians, and Nubians Being Related To Ham

The Travels of Ibn Battuta Speak of Berbers Being Black and Copts, Berbers, Abyssinians, and Nubians Being Related To Ham

Source: The Travels of Ibn Battuta: in the Near East, Asia and Africa, 1325-1354 (Courier Corporation) 1325-1354 A.D. Note: Page 43 of the source. Note: Page 44 of the source. Note: Page 45 of the source. Note: Page 279 of the source. Note: Page 290 of the source. This source confirms that there medieval black Berbers they also shared a similar racial and cultural continuum with their Coptic, Abyssinian, and Nubian kin because they all descend from Ham according to this source.
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14th Century A.D. Prince Marko in the Ballads of Marko Kraljevic Describes Black Moors

14th Century A.D. Prince Marko in the Ballads of Marko Kraljevic Describes Black Moors

Source: The Ballads of Marko Kraljević (CUP Archive) 14th Century A.D. (pg. 106, 112) Note: Page 106 of the source. Note: Page 112 of the source. Note: Page 112 of the source. Note: Page 111 of the source. Note: Page 116 of the source. Note: Page 118 of the source. Note: Page 142 of the source. This source confirms that many of the Moors were black people and that individuals would alternate utilizing phrases like Moors and black Moors to describe the same people.
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Jews Inhabited Both Sides of The Niger River

Jews Inhabited Both Sides of The Niger River

Source: Africa being an accurate description of the regions of Ægypt, Barbary, Lybia, and Billedulgerid, the land of Negroes, Guinee, Æthiopia and the Abyssines - John Ogilby 1600-1676 (University of Michigan) - Page 34 "Many Jews also are scatter'd over this Region; * some Natives, boasting themselves of Abrahams seed, inhabiting both sides the River Niger (Niger River): Others are Asian Strangers, who fled thither either from the desolation of Jerusalem by Vespa∣sian; or from Judea wasted and depopulated by the Romans, Persians, Saracens, and Christians: Or else such as came out of Europe, whence they were banish'd, viz. Out…
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King Menelik I, The Solomonic Dynasty, and The Ark of The Covenant

King Menelik I, The Solomonic Dynasty, and The Ark of The Covenant

The story of King Menelik I and Ethiopia's Solomonic Dynasty begins in the Bible with the Queen of Sheba coming to visit King Solomon. The Bible itself doesn't come right out and say it, but there are several verses that make it clear that the Queen of Sheba was beyond impressed with Solomon's wisdom and his wealth. Solomon was a famous king.Solomon was wise beyond the queen's expectation.Solomon was rich beyond the stories the queen had heard.Solomon already had 1,000 other women that we know of. There is no reason to believe that the above would result in anything other…
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