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The Art of Historiography

The Art of Historiography

Source: Historical Research Method: Home (Edith Cowan University ) 2012 A.D. Historiography is the study of historical writing. God is blessing us to reclaim our history, so it is important we know what we are looking for and know how to piece history together accurately as we progress. Below is the historical method from Edith Cowan University that one can use for research. Remember to follow the leading of the Holy Spirit in all that you do. From the Historical Research Method source, " Historical research or historiography, "attempts to systematically recapture the complex nuances, the people,meanings,events,and even ideas of the past that have…
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In 1523 A.D. , it was Believed that Black and Red Jews in Africa were Poised To Reclaim Jerusalem

In 1523 A.D. , it was Believed that Black and Red Jews in Africa were Poised To Reclaim Jerusalem

Source: Hybrid Hate, Conflations of Antisemitism & Anti-Black Racism from the Renaissance to the Third Reich (Oxford University Press) 2020 A.D. From the source, " Blacks and Jews in the Western Imaginaire Attempts to account for human difference almost always positioned blacks and Jews outside the normative human frame, as we have seen in the case of Bruno, Vanini, La Peyrère, Kames, Voltaire, and many others, and this fact forms part of the etiology of the sickness of anti-black racism and Jew hatred. As far as blacks were concerned, color itself, the most obvious of human differences, played a major…
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The Silures (Associated with Phoenicians) of Tacitus’ Time were Dark-Complexioned

The Silures (Associated with Phoenicians) of Tacitus’ Time were Dark-Complexioned

Source: Anthropological review, Volume 8 (Bavarian State Library) 1870 A.D. Note: Page 202 of the source. This source confirms yet again that the Silures, who were associated with the Phoenicians, were a dark-skinned people. This aligns with other sources we have on this website regarding locations in association with the Phoenicians have negroid populations, negroid artistic expression, and DNA that attests to "sub-Saharan" African ancestry in association with the Phoenicians.
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‘Poenicus’ Meant ‘Dark skin’ or ‘Phoenician’

‘Poenicus’ Meant ‘Dark skin’ or ‘Phoenician’

Source: A Dictionary of World History (Oxford Quick Reference) 2018 A.D. Note: Page 542 of the source. This source confirms the notion that dark-skinned peoples existed within the Phoenician ranks due to the word 'Poenicus' meaning 'dark skin' or 'Phoenician'. Based upon all of the evidence we have acquired regarding the Phoenicians on this website, Poenicus relating to dark skinned Phoenicians makes perfect sense. Not all of the Phoenicians were dark-skinned, but many of them were.
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From the Middle Ages To 17th Century, the Moors were Black or Very Dark-Skinned

From the Middle Ages To 17th Century, the Moors were Black or Very Dark-Skinned

Source: Moors (Encyclopedia) 2018 A.D. From the source, "In the Middle Ages, and as late as the 17th century, the Moors were commonly supposed to be mostly black or very dark-skinned; the name was thus sometimes used in the sense ‘a black person’. This source confirms that many of the Moors were black and mixed peoples.
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The Greeks and Romans Described Egyptians as Having Darker Skin than Other Mediterranean Groups

The Greeks and Romans Described Egyptians as Having Darker Skin than Other Mediterranean Groups

Source: Domesticating Empire: Egyptian Landscapes in Pompeian Gardens (Oxford University Press) 2019 A.D. Note: Page 55 of the source. This source confirms yet again that ancient Egyptians were typically considered to be a dark-skinned population in the minds of Greco-Roman individuals.
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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 Tribes of Kedar were Dark-Skinned People

The Tribes of Kedar were Dark-Skinned People

Source: The Villages of the Bible: Descriptive, Traditional, and Memorable (UC Southern Regional Library Facility) 1887 A.D. Note: Page 182 of the source. This source reaffirms for us the blackness of the tents of Kedar and Kedar, one of the grandsons of Abraham, himself. This source yet again destroys the notion that some people believe all black people are Hamites because we clearly see that Abraham, who was of Shem, was having black/dark-skinned grandchildren. When someone is being compared to the tents of Kedar or to a Cedar tree, it is because they are an extremely black/dark-skinned person.
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