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1880 – Brown Natives of Palestine Looked Like Black Slaves In America

1880 – Brown Natives of Palestine Looked Like Black Slaves In America

Source: Memorials of Gilbert Haven, Bishop of the Methodist Episcopal Church (University of Illinois at Urbana-Champaign) 1880 A.D. Note: Page 340 of the source. Note: Page 340 of the source. Page 340 of this source confirms that some individuals in previous generations believed ancient Jews were varying shades of brown.
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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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Sub-Saharan DNA in Arabia and Yemen

Sub-Saharan DNA in Arabia and Yemen

Source: Saudi Arabian Y-Chromosome diversity and its relationship with nearby regions (BMC Genomic Data) 2009 A.D. From the source, "Saudi Arabia differentiates from other Arabian Peninsula countries by a higher presence of J2-M172 lineages. It is significantly different from Yemen mainly due to a comparative reduction of sub-Saharan Africa E1-M123 and Levantine J1-M267 male lineages. Around 14% of the Saudi Arabia Y-chromosome pool is typical of African biogeographic ancestry, 17% arrived to the area from the East across Iran, while the remainder 69% could be considered of direct or indirect Levantine ascription. Interestingly, basal E-M96* (n = 2) and J-M304*…
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A Nubian Lady in Ancient Cyprus

A Nubian Lady in Ancient Cyprus

Source: A NUBIAN LADY IN CYPRUS (Wydawnictwo Uniwersytetu Warszawskiego) 2020 A.D. From the source, "Since 1993, a team from Princeton University has been working in Cyprus, excavating Marion, one of the ancient city kingdoms, and its successor city, Arsinoe. During exploration, two sanctuaries, dating to the Iron Age, were discovered, each containing an extraordinary number of votives, with terracotta sculptural offerings numbering over 30,000 fragments. In the earlier sanctuary, dedicated to a female deity who had affinities with a Near Eastern fertility goddess, a remarkable, nearly life-size terracotta female head was recovered, which had originally belonged to a full-length statue.…
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The Term “Ethiopian” was Used For Black Peoples in Northeastern Africa and the Term “Maurus” Referred To Black Peoples in Northwestern Africa

The Term “Ethiopian” was Used For Black Peoples in Northeastern Africa and the Term “Maurus” Referred To Black Peoples in Northwestern Africa

Source: Black History and Black Identity: A Call for a New Historiography (Greenwood Publishing Group) 2002 A.D. Note: Page 36 of the source. Note: Page 37 of the source. Note: Page 95 of the source. Note: Page 95 of the source. Note: Page 96 of the source. Note: Page 97 of the source. Note: Page 97 of the source. Note: Page 98 of the source. Note: Page 100 of the source. This source clarifies several things. First, both the words Ethiopian and Maurus were used as generic terms for black peoples yet they were associated with different regions. The term…
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Refuting Islamic Influence Being the Sole Reason Connections Exist Between West Africa and the Ancient Near East (ANE)

Refuting Islamic Influence Being the Sole Reason Connections Exist Between West Africa and the Ancient Near East (ANE)

Source: Islamic Feedback or Ancient near Eastern Survivals? A Reply to David Henige (Frobenius Institute) 2008 A.D. Note: Page 253 of the source. Note: Page 253 of the source. Note: Page 254 of the source. Note: Page 254 of the source. Note: Page 255 of the source. Note: Page 255 of the source. Note: Page 256 of the source. Note: Page 256 of the source. Note: Page 257 of the source. Note: Page 257 of the source. Note: Page 258 of the source. Note: Page 258 of the source. Note: Page 259 of the source. Note: Page 259 of the…
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African Americans, Yemenite Jews, and Ethiopians Jews are Seen as One

African Americans, Yemenite Jews, and Ethiopians Jews are Seen as One

Source: The Colors of Jews Racial Politics and Radical Diasporism (Indiana University Press) 2007 A.D. Note: Page 9 to 10 of the source. Note: Page 10 of the source. This source confirms that Yemenite Jews can definitely be considered to be a black, negroid people if they an African American is mistaken for being an Ethiopian or Yemenite Jew.
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Analyzing Tacitus’ Statements on Jews-Tacitus Viewed Jews as a Threat Due To Their Religious Customs-Romans Both Admired and Envied The Jews For Their Ancient Origins-Utilize Sources About Egyptians and Ethiopians Being Black Because Greco-Roman Individuals Categorized People By Physical Appearance and Customs-The Jews Were Equated To Mostly Being of Egyptian Origin or Ethiopian Origin-A “Stereotypical” Image Was Held By Greco-Roman Thinkers About The Physical Appearance of Egyptians and Ethiopians

Analyzing Tacitus’ Statements on Jews-Tacitus Viewed Jews as a Threat Due To Their Religious Customs-Romans Both Admired and Envied The Jews For Their Ancient Origins-Utilize Sources About Egyptians and Ethiopians Being Black Because Greco-Roman Individuals Categorized People By Physical Appearance and Customs-The Jews Were Equated To Mostly Being of Egyptian Origin or Ethiopian Origin-A “Stereotypical” Image Was Held By Greco-Roman Thinkers About The Physical Appearance of Egyptians and Ethiopians

Source: Tacitus (Jewish Virtual Library) 2021 A.D. From the source, "He gives a bizarre picture of Jewish national and religious origins (Histories 5:2–5), though in referring to traditions which variously make the first Jews Cretan, Egyptian, Ethiopian, or Assyrian exiles, or the nation of the Solymi celebrated by Homer, he is not wholly inaccurate, since the theory of Assyrian origin may fit with the biblical account of Abraham's wanderings from Chaldea. Nor is his account wholly unfavorable, since the Romans, whose own origins were questionable (see the preface to Livy's History), admired and envied peoples who had ancient origins. Tacitus agrees with…
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New World Encyclopedia States That Various Historians Recorded The Queen of Sheba Was Ruler of Ethiopia, Egypt, and Arabia

New World Encyclopedia States That Various Historians Recorded The Queen of Sheba Was Ruler of Ethiopia, Egypt, and Arabia

Source: Queen of Sheba (New World Encyclopedia) 2021 A.D. From the Queen of Sheba source, "The Queen of Sheba, (tenth century B.C.E.), also known as Makeda (Ethiopian), Nicaula (Roman), and Bilquis (Arabic), was the ruler of an ancient kingdom located in the areas called Ethiopia and Yemen today...The tradition that the Biblical Queen of Sheba was a ruler of Ethiopia who visited King Solomon in Jerusalem, in ancient Israel, is supported by the first century C.E. (of Jewish origin) historian Flavius Josephus, who identified Solomon’s visitor as a "Queen of Egypt and Ethiopia...Other Ethiopian accounts make her the daughter of a king named Agabo or Agabos, in some legends said to have become king after slaying the mythological…
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Traces of an Ancestral Genetic Structure From an Ancestral East African Population Still Detected in Inhabitants of Upper Egypt-Aligns with Ezekiel 29:14

Traces of an Ancestral Genetic Structure From an Ancestral East African Population Still Detected in Inhabitants of Upper Egypt-Aligns with Ezekiel 29:14

Source: Mitochondrial DNA sequence diversity in a sedentary population from Egypt (National Library of Medicine National Center for Biotechnology Information) 2004 A.D. From the source, "The mitochondrial DNA (mtDNA) diversity of 58 individuals from Upper Egypt, more than half (34 individuals) from Gurna, whose population has an ancient cultural history, were studied by sequencing the control-region and screening diagnostic RFLP markers. This sedentary population presented similarities to the Ethiopian population by the L1 and L2 macrohaplogroup frequency (20.6%), by the West Eurasian component (defined by haplogroups H to K and T to X) and particularly by a high frequency (17.6%)…
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