Ammon With Negroid Features

Ammon With Negroid Features

Source: The Past Decade of Pompeian Studies (The Classical Association of the Middle West and South, Inc. (CAMWS)) 1920 A.D. Note: Page 414 of the source. Note: Page 415 of the source. Note: Page 415 of the source. This source confirms the negroid influence through artistic representation in the ancient Mediterranean Basin.
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Free Negro Owners of Slaves Included Nunes and Levi (Signature Sephardic Jewish Names)

Free Negro Owners of Slaves Included Nunes and Levi (Signature Sephardic Jewish Names)

Source: Free Negro owners of slaves in the United States in 1830, together with Absentee ownership of slaves in the United States in 1830 (University of Illinois Urbana-Champaign) 1924 A.D. Note: Page v of the Free Negro owners source. Note: Page vi of the Free Negro owners source. Note: Page vii of the Free Negro owners source. Note: Page 3 of the source. Note: Page 18 of the Free Negro source. This source highlights the historical point that although the vast majority of blacks in America were enslaved, there was a relatively substantial amount that was not. The Nunes and…
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Negro Head at Island of Rhodes

Negro Head at Island of Rhodes

Source: GLASS CORE PENDANTS FOUND IN THE MEDITERRANEAN AREA (Corning Museum of Glass) 1979 A.D. Note: Page 19 of the source. Note: Page 19 of the source. Note: Page 20 of the source. Note: Page 20 of the source. Note: Page 20 of the source. Note: Page 21 of the source. Note: Page 22 of the source. Note: Page 24 of the source. Note: Page 24 of the source. Note: Page 24 of the source. Note: Page 25 of the source. Note: Page 25 of the source. Note: Page 26 of the source. Note: Page 26 of the source. Note:…
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Girgashites (“Sons of Africa”) are Associated with Founding of Carthage

Girgashites (“Sons of Africa”) are Associated with Founding of Carthage

Source: Africa (Jewish Encyclopedia) 1906 A.D. From the source, "  The Septuagint, a recognized authority in Egyptianmatters, Josephus, and Jerome, all interpret Phut as referring to Libya (Dillmann, "Die Genesis," p. 178), from which it may be assumed that the Biblical writers included in their perspective also that great expanse of territory west of Egypt called Libya, by which name ancient writers often designate the whole of Africa. Authors like Herodotus were unacquainted with any African countries to the west of Libya. Some, indeed, have endeavored to explain the Biblical Havilah as an African region; and Josephus ("Ant." i. 6,…
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