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Extensive Commentary on African Judaism

Extensive Commentary on African Judaism

Source: The Lost Tribes A Myth Suggestion Towards Rewriting History (Durham, N.C., Duke University Press) 1930 A.D. Note: Page 98 of the source. From page 99 of the source, "But Zebulun’s activity we have seen to be centuries older than Israel. To this evidence of Israelite maritime activity add the fact that the names of Asher and Zebulun are reported from Carthage.3¢" Note: Page 205 of the source. Note: Page 207 of the source. Note: Page 210 of the source. Note: Page 210 of the source. Note: Page 216 of the source. Note: Page 222 of the source. Note: Page 222 of…
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The Palestinian Targum Explain That Moses’ Wife was Called a “Cushite” Not Due to Her Ethnicity, But Because She Physically Resembled a “Cushite”

The Palestinian Targum Explain That Moses’ Wife was Called a “Cushite” Not Due to Her Ethnicity, But Because She Physically Resembled a “Cushite”

Source: African American Religious Studies An Interdisciplinary Anthology (Duke University Press) 1989 A.D. Note: Page 112 of the source. Note: Page 113 of the source. Note: Page 114 of the source. This source confirms that individuals who were associated with Israel (e.g. Moses' wife who was called a "Cushite") who were named Cushite in the Bible physically resembled Cushites so they were extremely dark skinned. This source confirms the idea that ancient Israelites operated on a "dark colorization". This source confirms a "dark colorization" that ancient Israelites operated on because they could only produce individuals who physically resembled Ethiopians if…
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Greeks and Romans Did Not Make a Clear Distinction Between Egyptians and Ethiopians

Greeks and Romans Did Not Make a Clear Distinction Between Egyptians and Ethiopians

Source: Black Athena Writes Back Martin Bernal Responds to His Critics (Duke University Press) 2001 A.D. Note: Page 66 of the source. Note: Page 66 of the source. I believe this source is crucial for understanding how the brilliant Professor Frank M. Snowden had a hard time considering ancient Egypt, at its core, to be a black civilization. Professor Frank M. Snowden at times contradicted himself because he did acknowledge the blackness of ancient Egyptians at times but other times he neglected to do do. This source provides commentary that Professor Frank M. Snowden was being way to limited, most…
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