Medieval West, North, and East Africa was Highly Connected

Medieval West, North, and East Africa was Highly Connected

Source: Gold Road Trade Routes Map (Howard University) 2021 A.D. Note: From the source. This source completely dispels the myths that "medieval West Africa was not connected to North Africa...". This source destroys the artificial barrier that has been erected to divide "sub-Saharan" Africa from "North Africa".
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Prioritize Ancestry over Skin Color

Prioritize Ancestry over Skin Color

Source: (2348) ISRAELITES CAN COME IN ALL COLORS FROM THE ORIGINAL DARK SKINNED HEBREWS (Hebrew History Channel) 2021 A.D.  Note: From the source. The lady who appears to be "white" is pointing to an image of her father. This video should serve as a paragon that color is just one part of an individual's ethnic identity. Ancient historians, along with taking note of an individuals and/or peoples ancestral history, would often note an individuals and/or peoples color, hair type/texture, and their customs to try and classify which ethnic group they came. If we are to follow the example of ancient historians in…
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Diodorus Siculus’ Extensive Commentary on Prehistoric and Historical African and Grecian Interactions

Diodorus Siculus’ Extensive Commentary on Prehistoric and Historical African and Grecian Interactions

Source: Complete Works of Diodorus Siculus (Delphi Classics) (Delphi Ancient Classics Book 32) (Internet Archive) 2021 A.D. Note: Page 33 of the source. Note: Page 39 of the source. Note: Page 40 of the source. Note: Page 42 of the source. Note: Page 45 of the source. Note: Page 46 of the source. Note: Page 46 of the source. Note: Page 47 of the source. Note: Page 47 of the source. Note: Page 81 of the source. Note: Page 97 of the source. Note: Page 114 of the source. Note: Page 209 of the source. Note: Page 210 of the…
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Your Ancestors May have Looked Different than You

Your Ancestors May have Looked Different than You

Source: Your Family May Once Have Been A Different Color (NPR) 2006 A.D. From the source, " To begin, please point your elbow to the ceiling. Then imagine yourself naked. Then look at the patch of skin on the inside of your upper arm, the part of you that almost never sees the sun. Whatever color you see there is what experts call your basic skin color, according to professor Nina Jablonski, head of the Penn State Department of Anthropology. And that color, the one you have now, says Jablonski, is very probably not the color your ancient ancestors had…
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Phinehas Meant “bronze-colored Nubian”

Phinehas Meant “bronze-colored Nubian”

Source: Proper Names (Biblegateway) 2021 A.D. From the source, "b. Physical characteristics. These few names seem to divide easily into four categories: (1) color, (2) size, (3) defects and (4) sex. Some examples are: Laban and Libni (white), Zohar (reddish white), Haruz (yellow), Edom (red), Phinehas (bronze-colored Nubian), Hakkatan (small one), Korah and Kareah (baldy), Heresh (dumb), Ikkesh (crooked), Gareb (scabby), Gideon (maimed), Paseah (halting), and Geber (male)." This source confirms the notion that individuals, including Israelites, were named or nicknamed Phinehas due to their extremely dark-skin color.
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Kedar Meant “dark”, “black skin”, “black skinned man”

Kedar Meant “dark”, “black skin”, “black skinned man”

Source: Kedar (Study Light) 2021 A.D. From the source, " Kedar = “dark” 1) a son of Ishmael (noun proper masculine) 2) the descendants of Kedar (noun proper people)... (“black skin,” “black skinned man,”) [Kedar], pr.n. of a son of Ishmael, Genesis 25:13 and of an Arabian tribe sprung from him, Song of Solomon 1:5; Isaiah 42:11 (where it is joined with a fem.); 60:7 Jeremiah 49:28; Ezekiel 27:21 more fully called בְּנֵי קֵדָר Isaiah 21:17 by Pliny (H. N. 5:11), Cedrei. The Rabbins call all the Arabians universally by this name; whence לשון קדר Rabbin. used of the Arabic language." This source reinforces the notion that Kedar, a descendant of Abraham, was…
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The Chronicle of Kanem-Bornu

The Chronicle of Kanem-Bornu

Source: Hausa History in the Context of the Ancient Near Eascern World (Dierke Lange) 2021 A.D. 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 245 of the source. Note: Page 246 of the source. Note: 248 of the source. This source provides commentary on the near eastern influences of the Lake Chad empires.
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The Akan of West Africa are Believed to have origins in the Middle East

The Akan of West Africa are Believed to have origins in the Middle East

Source: Deities of the Akan Religion (Encyclopedia) 2021 A.D. From the source, "Akan Religion. The Akan speak the Twi language and trace back their history in West Africa some nine hundred years. They are believed to have origins in the Middle East—as the Akkadian people of Babylon. The name Akan is believed to be a corruption of Akkane or Akkana. In 1076 the Almoravids drove the Akans from their ancient home in the Empire of Ghana to their current West African locations in the modern nation of Ghana and adjacent areas of Côte d’Ivoire and Togo." This source confirms yet again the notion that…
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West Asiatic Soldiers Being Defeated in Egyptian New Kingdom Era

West Asiatic Soldiers Being Defeated in Egyptian New Kingdom Era

Source: Block from a Relief Depicting a Battle (Met Museum of Art) 2021 A.D. Note: From the source. From the source, "Builders reused this painted relief block in the foundation of Ramesses IV's mortuary temple, subsequently excavated by the Metropolitan Museum. In the relief, western Asian soldiers are shown being trampled under the horses that pull the royal chariot, signaling the foreigners' defeat in battle by the might of the Egyptian pharaoh. " This source confirms that Asiatic peoples came in varying shades of brown skin.
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