1714 – 600 Families of Berbers Descend From 5 Colonies of Sabeans In Africa

1714 – 600 Families of Berbers Descend From 5 Colonies of Sabeans In Africa

Source: Atlas Geographus: Or, A Compleat System of Geography, Ancient and Modern (John Nutt) 1714 - pg. 38 African authors of the best note, says Mormel, affirm that Babary and Namidia were first peopled by 5 colonies of Sabeans, who came hither with Melec Isriqui, a Prince of Arabia Felix, from whom 600 families of Berbers, and the greatest families of Africa derive their origins.
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The Travels of Ibn Battuta Speak of Berbers Being Black and Copts, Berbers, Abyssinians, and Nubians Being Related To Ham

The Travels of Ibn Battuta Speak of Berbers Being Black and Copts, Berbers, Abyssinians, and Nubians Being Related To Ham

Source: The Travels of Ibn Battuta: in the Near East, Asia and Africa, 1325-1354 (Courier Corporation) 1325-1354 A.D. Note: Page 43 of the source. Note: Page 44 of the source. Note: Page 45 of the source. Note: Page 279 of the source. Note: Page 290 of the source. This source confirms that there medieval black Berbers they also shared a similar racial and cultural continuum with their Coptic, Abyssinian, and Nubian kin because they all descend from Ham according to this source.
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