The Silures (Associated with Phoenicians) of Tacitus’ Time were Dark-Complexioned

The Silures (Associated with Phoenicians) of Tacitus’ Time were Dark-Complexioned

Source: Anthropological review, Volume 8 (Bavarian State Library) 1870 A.D. Note: Page 202 of the source. This source confirms yet again that the Silures, who were associated with the Phoenicians, were a dark-skinned people. This aligns with other sources we have on this website regarding locations in association with the Phoenicians have negroid populations, negroid artistic expression, and DNA that attests to "sub-Saharan" African ancestry in association with the Phoenicians.
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