Library of Congress

Tacitus Noted that the Phoenicians had “Colored” Faces and “Twisted” Hair

Tacitus Noted that the Phoenicians had “Colored” Faces and “Twisted” Hair

Source: Phoenician Ireland (Library of Congress- Dublin, R. M. Timms [etc.]) 1833 A.D. This source is another confirmation that tells us that parts of the Phoenicians were comprised of peoples of color. Three posts (one post has commentary from Dr. Rebecca Kennedy Futo speaking about the "twisted" hair of Colchians who we have noted were black) have spoken about "black" individuals in the ancient and early medieval Mediterranean having "twists" in regards to their hair.
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The First People Were Black | Adam, Shem, Ham, and Japheth

The First People Were Black | Adam, Shem, Ham, and Japheth

Source: Light and Truth (Library of Congress - Boston, Pub. by a committee of colored gentlemen, B.F Roberts, printer) 1844 A.D. - pg. 10-19 Page 10, "The word Adam derived as follows: Adam, Adamah, Adami, Adamh - which means earthly. The earth is a rich, dark substance, and from it our first parents were taken. Now if we admit that Dr. Brown's and other Bible Dictionaries are correct in their explanations of the meaning of terms, then the deduction must be that Ethiopia (Gen. ii. 13,) was black, and the first people were Ethiopians, or blacks. Page 13, "To the…
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