Flavius Josephus Noted that Ham Spanned Across Arabia

Flavius Josephus Noted that Ham Spanned Across Arabia

Source: Flavius Josephus, Antiquities of the Jews (Tufts University) 1895 A.D. From the source, "The children of Ham possessed the land from Syria and Amanus, and the mountains of Libanus; seizing upon all that was on its sea-coasts, and as far as the ocean, and keeping it as their own." This source confirms the ancient black presence in the Middle East.
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Carl Christian Reindorf Spoke About The Ga-Tribe/Akras People-Oral Traditions Of Many of Their People and Other West African People (Including Parts of the Ashanti) Coming From The Sea-Their Oral Traditions of Arriving From The Sea Align With Phoenician/Carthaginian Exploration-The “Ga-Tribe” Have Israelite Origins-The Akras Are A Divinely Favored Tribe Who Are Mild, Inoffensive, Unconquerable, Independent, and Not Easily Governed-The Akra Are Respected For Their National Prestige, Personal Abilities, Qualification, and Their Ability To Endure Any Hardship and Privation Better Than Any Other Tribe-The Akra Are Divinely Preserved More Than Any Other Nation

Carl Christian Reindorf Spoke About The Ga-Tribe/Akras People-Oral Traditions Of Many of Their People and Other West African People (Including Parts of the Ashanti) Coming From The Sea-Their Oral Traditions of Arriving From The Sea Align With Phoenician/Carthaginian Exploration-The “Ga-Tribe” Have Israelite Origins-The Akras Are A Divinely Favored Tribe Who Are Mild, Inoffensive, Unconquerable, Independent, and Not Easily Governed-The Akra Are Respected For Their National Prestige, Personal Abilities, Qualification, and Their Ability To Endure Any Hardship and Privation Better Than Any Other Tribe-The Akra Are Divinely Preserved More Than Any Other Nation

Source: History of the Gold Coast and Asante, Based on Traditions and Historical Facts Comprising a Period of More Than Three Centuries from about 1500 to 1860 (Columbia University) 1895 A.D. Note: Page 2 of the source. Note: Page 2 of the source. Note: Page 3 of the source. Note: Page 3 of the source. Note: Page 4 of the source. Note: Page 4 of the source. Note: Page 4 of the source. Note: Page 5 of the source. Note: Page 5 of the source. Note: Page 5 of the source. Note: Page 6 of the source. Note: Page 6…
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