1893 – 115 Towns In Dahomey Belonged to The Tribe of Judah

1893 – 115 Towns In Dahomey Belonged to The Tribe of Judah

Source: A Mission to Gelele, King of Dahome: With Notices of the So Called "Amazons," the Grand Customs, the Yearly Customs, the Human Sacrifices, the Present State of the Slave Trade, and the Negro's Place in Nature, Volumes 1-2 (Michigan State University) 1893 A.D. The eye dwells with delight upon the numerous country villages, like the 115 towns of the Tribe of Judah , and upon the thin forest of palms rising from the tapestry of herbage, here waving, there cut short, which combine to make this spot the Fridaus or Paradise of Dahome-land (Dahomey).
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In 1732 A.D. , it was Noted that Blacks in West Africa wore Grigris which is Similar to the Jewish Practice of Wearing Phylacteries

In 1732 A.D. , it was Noted that Blacks in West Africa wore Grigris which is Similar to the Jewish Practice of Wearing Phylacteries

Source: A description of the coasts of north and south-Guinea, and of Ethiopia inferior, vulgarly Angola ... And a new relation of the province of Guiana, and of the great rivers of Amazons and Oronoque in South-America. With an appendix being a general account of the first discoveries of America, in the fourteenth century, and some observations thereon. And a geographical, political, and natural history of the Antilles-Islands, in the North-Sea of America .. (Jean Barbot) 1732 A.D. Note: Page 61 of the source. Note: Page 237 of the source. Note: Page 237 of the source. Note: Page 244 of…
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