11th Century Epic Poem Describes More Than 50,000 Moors as Being More Black Than Ink Is On a Pen

11th Century Epic Poem Describes More Than 50,000 Moors as Being More Black Than Ink Is On a Pen

Source: The Song of Roland: Done Into English in the Original Measure (Dutton) 1920 A.D. Note: Page 63 of the source. Note: Page 63 of the source. Note: Page 63 of the source. This source confirms that many Moors were black individuals. This is important because it can be argued that Jews and Moors shared a similar racial continuum.
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