Global Egyptian Museum

The Head of a Syrian From the New Kingdom Era (20th Dynasty)

The Head of a Syrian From the New Kingdom Era (20th Dynasty)

Source: Head of A Syrian-20th Dynasty (Global Egyptian Museum) 2021 A.D. Note: From the source. From the source, "Face with yellow skin, framed by a beard, but with clean-shaven mouth. The earlobes are pierced. The dark hair falls in rounded waves onto the shoulders. A monochrome green cap covers the hair on the head and is pulled low on the forehead. The shoulders still show traces of a cape with the representation of a large plant and two gazelles opposite each other. The shape of the cape suggests that the arms were originally stretched out in front of the figure."…
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From The Global Egyptian Museum-Head of A Beduin From Syria-New Kingdom Dating

From The Global Egyptian Museum-Head of A Beduin From Syria-New Kingdom Dating

Source: Head of a Beduin from Syria-New Kingdom (Global Egyptian Museum) 2021 A.D. Note: From the source. From the source, "Head with brown-red skin, thin hanging moustache and thin beard on the jaw. The chin part is missing, probably because of the damage. The chin-length hair is black and braided, and held together by a brightly coloured headband. The earlobes are pierced." This source confirms that some of the original Beduin of Syria were black people with varying shades of brown and black skin. This source confirms the ancient black presence in the ancient near east.
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From The Global Egyptian Museum-New Kingdom Era 20th Egyptian Dynasty Era-Head of a Beduin from Syria

From The Global Egyptian Museum-New Kingdom Era 20th Egyptian Dynasty Era-Head of a Beduin from Syria

Source: Head of a Beduin from Syria-20th Dynasty (Global Egyptian Museum) 2021 A.D. Note: From the source. From the source, "Head with brown-red skin, thin hanging moustache and thin beard on the jaw. The chin part is missing, probably because of the state the piece is in. The chin-length hair is black and braided, and held together by a brightly coloured headband. The earlobes are pierced. The glaze is in a bad state." This source confirms that some of the ancient Beduin in Syria were black people of varying shades and features. This source confirms the ancient black presence in…
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