Ta Seti in Nubia is Older Than Egypt

Ta Seti in Nubia is Older Than Egypt

Source: The Meaning of KMT (Ancient Egyptian) History for Contemporary African American Experience (Clark Atlanta University) 1992 A.D. Note: Page 13 of The Meaning of KMT source. Note: Page 18 of the source. Note: Page 18 of the source. I don't agree with point 6 made in on page 13 of this source, but I do agree with the points made regarding: Ta-Seti being older than Egypt and Egypt is culturally unified to the rest of the African continent. The facts that Dr. Hillard brings up regarding ancient Africa and Greece bring a simple yet profound perspective that brings the…
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17th Century B.C. , Black African Depicted on Thera Mural

17th Century B.C. , Black African Depicted on Thera Mural

Source: RESPONSE TO EDITH HALL ( The Johns Hopkins University Press) 1992 A.D. Note: Page 203 of the source. Note: Page 204 of the source. Note: Page 206 of the source. Note: Page 207 of the source. Note: Page 212 of the source. Note: Page 213 of the source. This source confirms the ancient black presence and influence in the ancient Mediterranean.
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“In Neo-Assyrian Reliefs, the Hebrews deported from Lachish are depicted with …kinky hair…”

“In Neo-Assyrian Reliefs, the Hebrews deported from Lachish are depicted with …kinky hair…”

Source: Race and Slavery in the Middle East An Historical Enquiry (Oxford University Press) 1992 A.D. Note: Page 110 of the source. This source provides commentary regarding the features depicted on the individuals on the Lachish reliefs. One can argue the "kinky hair" and "tightly curled beards" are "negroid". Some dark-skinned peoples do have "straight, protruding noses", as well.
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Second Millennium B.C. Artists of Crete and Cyprus Depicted Black Features and Peoples-Egyptians Black or Dark

Second Millennium B.C. Artists of Crete and Cyprus Depicted Black Features and Peoples-Egyptians Black or Dark

Source: Asclepiades' Didyme (Greek, Roman, and Byzantine Studies-Georgetown University) 1992 A.D. Note: Page 239 of the source. Note: Page 239 of the source. Note: Page 240 of the source. Note: Page 240 of the source. Note: Page 241 of the source. Note: Page 242 of the source. Note: Page 242 of the source. Note: Page 243 of the source. Note: Page 243 of the source. Note: Page 243 of the source. Note: Page 244 of the source. Note: Page 244 of the source. Note: Page 254 of the source. Note: Page 247 of the source. Note: Page 249 of the…
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Ancient Egypt’s Base Population and Origins Were Formulated By Various “African Saharo-Tropical” Peoples

Ancient Egypt’s Base Population and Origins Were Formulated By Various “African Saharo-Tropical” Peoples

Source: Studies and Comments on Ancient Egyptian Biological Relationships (History in Africa) 1993 A.D. Note: Page 148 of the source. Note: Page 149 of the source. Note: Page 149 of the source. Note: Page 150 to 151 of the source. This source confirms that ancient Egyptians recognized their southern, African origins despite increased gene flow over the centuries and that the original population of ancient Egypt was indeed comprised of various peoples who in our modern vernacular can be identified as "black".
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