Ephorus Says the Tartessians Reported that Ethiopians Overran Libya and Some of them Stayed in Dyris (Atlas Mt.)

Ephorus Says the Tartessians Reported that Ethiopians Overran Libya and Some of them Stayed in Dyris (Atlas Mt.)

Source: Strabo Geography Book 1 Chapter 2 (End) (Chicago University) 7 B.C. From the Strabo source, "Ephorus says the Tartessians report that Ethiopians overran Libya as far as Dyris,​80 and that some of them stayed in Dyris, while others occupied a great part of the sea-board; and he conjectures it was from this circumstance that Homer spoke as he did: "Ethiopians that are sundered in twain, the farthermost of men. 80 The barbarian name for the Atlas mountains. See 17.3.2." These sources confirm that it black peoples were indeed a key part of the northern regions of Africa, specifically the Atlas Mountains in this…
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10th Century A.D. Islamic Commentary on “Negroes”-Nubians, Bijah (Beja), Zaghawah, the Murawah (Meroe), the Istan, and the Barbar (Berbers)-Nabataeans

10th Century A.D. Islamic Commentary on “Negroes”-Nubians, Bijah (Beja), Zaghawah, the Murawah (Meroe), the Istan, and the Barbar (Berbers)-Nabataeans

Source: The Fihrist of Al-Nadim: A Tenth-Century Survey of Muslim Culture (Columbia University Press) 1970 A.D Note: Page 35 of the source. Note: Page 36 of the source. Note: Page 730 of the source. Note: Page 731 of the source. Note: Page 811 of the source. Note: Page 863 of the source. Note: Page 917 of the source. Note: Page 918 of the source. This source confirms yet again that in the medieval epoch Berbers were seen as being black. The Himyarite connection to the Abyssinians is confirmed yet again. The multi-cultural nature of the Nubians is confirmed because they…
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1601 A.D. Analysis of  Fragments From the 3rd Century B.C. Chaldean Priest Named Berosus-Formation of Idolatry

1601 A.D. Analysis of Fragments From the 3rd Century B.C. Chaldean Priest Named Berosus-Formation of Idolatry

Source: AN HISTORICAL TREATISE OF THE TRAVELS OF NOAH INTO Europe: Containing the first inhabita∣tion and peopling thereof. As also a breefe recapitulation of the Kings, Governors, and Rulers comman∣ding in the same, even untill the first building of Troy by Dardanus. Done into English by Richard Lynche, Gent.Tempo è figlinola di verita. (Adam Islip) 1601 A.D. From the source, "TO begin vvith the genealogie of Dardanus (the first founder and erecter of the citie of Troy) it is requisite that we take for our cheefest guide therein the first prince and Patriarch of the world, called Noe, surnamed Gallus;…
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Ancient Ghana was Founded By Jews-Jewish Migrants in West Africa Must have Arrived From Cyrenaica After 117 A.D. Which is Supported By a Mauritanian Moor

Ancient Ghana was Founded By Jews-Jewish Migrants in West Africa Must have Arrived From Cyrenaica After 117 A.D. Which is Supported By a Mauritanian Moor

Source: Negroland Revisited: Discovery and Invention of the Sudanese Middle Age (Academia Scientiarum Fennica) 2000 A.D. Note: Page 506 of the source. Note: Page 506 of the source. Note: Page 506 of the source. Note: Page 508 of the source. Note: Page 509 of the source. Note: Page 509 of the source. Note: Page 510 of the source. Note: Page 510 of the source. Note: Page 510 of the source. Note: Page 511 of the source. Note: Page 511 of the source. Note: Page 512 of the source. Note: Page 512 of the source. Note: Page 513 of the source.…
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Sparta’s Connection to Abraham-Hekatios of Abdera Believed the Tradition of the Expulsion of Hyksos, Israelite Exodus, and Landing of Danaos were the Same Story

Sparta’s Connection to Abraham-Hekatios of Abdera Believed the Tradition of the Expulsion of Hyksos, Israelite Exodus, and Landing of Danaos were the Same Story

Source: Black Athena: The Afroasiatic Roots of Classical Civilization : The Fabrication of Ancient Greece, 1785-1985 (Rutgers University Press) 1987 A.D. Note: Page 52 of the source. Note: Page 53 of the source. Note: Page 53 of the source. Note: Page 54 of the source. Note: Page 90 of the source. Note: Page 98 of the source. Note: 109 of the source. Note: Page 110 of the source. Note: Page 242 of the source. Note: Page 384 of the source. Note: Page 436 of the source. Note: Page 436 of the source. Note: Page 437 of the source. Note: Page…
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First Depiction of Athena Could Be Taken as that of  an “African Black”

First Depiction of Athena Could Be Taken as that of an “African Black”

Source: Black Athena: The Linguistic evidence (Rutgers University Press) 1987 A.D. Note: Page 548 of the source. Note: Page 548 of the source. Note: Page 548 of the source. Note: Page 548 of the source. Note: Page 686 of the source. This source confirms that the epic variability that existed in the Greco-Roman world. Athena was the "goddess of war", so for her to be depicted as a black woman in the beginning shows just how much the Greeks admired and exoticized black people. However, both mythology and history attest to the fact that black women and/or women of African…
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Not a Clear Distinction Between Egyptians and Ethiopians-Thera and Cyprus-Kabeiroi Derived From Semitic Kabir

Not a Clear Distinction Between Egyptians and Ethiopians-Thera and Cyprus-Kabeiroi Derived From Semitic Kabir

Source: Black Athena Writes Back: Martin Bernal Responds to His Critics (Duke University Press Books) 2001 A.D. Note: Page 29 of the source. Note: Page 66 of the source. Note: Page 93 to 94 of the source. Note: Page 94 of the source. Note: Page 95 of the source. Note: Page 94 to 95 of the source. Note: Page 99 of the source. Note: Page 157 of the source. Note: Page 158 of the source. Note: Page 300 of the source. Note: Page 303 of the source. Note: Page 362 of the source. Note: Page 381 of the source. This…
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The Tribe of Dan as a Sea People-Phineas Means the Nubian or Black-Colchis-Elam, Kassites, and Kissian-Blacks in Thera-Simeon was a Name For African Blacks

The Tribe of Dan as a Sea People-Phineas Means the Nubian or Black-Colchis-Elam, Kassites, and Kissian-Blacks in Thera-Simeon was a Name For African Blacks

Source: Black Athena: The Afroasiatic Roots of Classical Civilization : Vol. II - The Archaeological and Documentary Evidence (Rutgers University Press) 1991 A.D. Note: Page 96 of the source. Note: Page 98 of the source. Note: Page 113 of the source. Note: Page 142 of the source. Note: Page 189 of the source. Note: Page 246 of the source. Note: Page 248 of the source. Note: Page 249 of the source. Note: Page 249 of the source. Note: Page 249 of the source. Note: Page 250 of the source. Note: Page 253 of the source. Note: Page 254 of the…
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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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Advice for Understanding Historiography

Advice for Understanding Historiography

Source: Historiography, What is it? Emily Blanck, Rowan University (Rowan University) 2017 A.D. This source provides more pieces of advice for process of historiography. It may be wise to add these "pearls of wisdom" to your took kit as you traverse through history in trying to understand the black presence in the ancient and medieval world.
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