Upper Egyptian Culture “Could Fairly Be Called a Sudanese Transplant”

Upper Egyptian Culture “Could Fairly Be Called a Sudanese Transplant”

Source: Encyclopedia of Precolonial Africa Archaeology, History, Languages, Cultures, and Environments (AltaMira Press) 1997 A.D. Note: Page 465 of the source. Note: Page 471 of the source. Note: Page 471 of the source. This source confirms that Egypt was not separated from the rest of Africa and the strong cultural connection ancient Egypt had with the rest of Africa.
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8th Century Rabbinic Insight Said Shem and Ham were Black-Nabit were “Black”

8th Century Rabbinic Insight Said Shem and Ham were Black-Nabit were “Black”

Source: Struggles in the Promised Land: Toward a History of Black-Jewish Relations in The United States (Oxford University Press) 1997 A.D. Note: Page 37 of the source. Note: Page 45 of the source. This source contains rabbinic commentary from the 8th Century. This source shows that Rabbi Eliezer clearly stated that both Shem and Ham are black.
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