Herodotus’ Extensive Commentary on Egypt, Ethiopia, and African-Grecian Relations

Herodotus’ Extensive Commentary on Egypt, Ethiopia, and African-Grecian Relations

Source: The Histories (Penguin Books) 2003 A.D. Note: Page 140 of the source. Note: Page 146 of the source. Note: Page 155 of the source. Note: Page 160 of the source. Note: Page 162 of the source. Note: Page 186 to 187 of the source. Note: Page 191 of the source. Note: Page 199 of the source. Note: Page 200 of the source. Note: Page 232 of the source. Note: Page 310 of the source. Note: Page 315 of the source. Note: Page 379 of the source. Note: Page 435 of the source. Note: Page 604 of the source. Note:…
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Greeks have Sub-Saharan African DNA

Greeks have Sub-Saharan African DNA

Source: HLA genes in Macedonians and the sub-Saharan origin of the Greeks. (Semantic Scholar) 2001 A.D. Note: Page 118 of the source. Note: Page 125 of the source. Note: Page 126 of the source. Note: Page 126 of the source. Please recognize that this source has been heavily criticized, so be cautious with this. In my opinion, one of the core reasons it has been done is because each ethnic group and culture around the world likes to form its own "vacuum" and "bubble" and there is absolutely nothing wrong with that. Some African scholars are a prime example of…
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Sun Worship Amongst African Amazons

Sun Worship Amongst African Amazons

Source: The Amazons: Chapter VII: Amazons of Africa (Sacred Texts) 1910 A.D. From the African Amazon chapter of the source, "DIODORUS SICULUS, quoting Dionysius the historian, says that there was a prodigious race of Amazons who rose, flourished exceedingly, and disappeared long before the Trojan War--so long before, indeed, that their renown had been obscured by the newer glory of the Amazons of the Pontus. The more ancient race had its origin in Libya, that Africa which lay between Egypt and Ethiopia on the east, the Atlantic on the west, bounded on the north by the classic strip of Mediterranean…
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Sun Worship Amongst African Amazons

Sun Worship Amongst African Amazons

Source: A New System; Or, An Analysis of Antient Mythology:: Wherein an Attempt is Made to Divest Tradition of Fable; and to Reduce the Truth to Its Original Purity, (J. Walker; W. J. and J. Richardson; R. Faulder and Son; R. Lea; J. Nunn; Cuthell and Martin; H.D. Symonds; Vernor, Hood, and Sharpe; E. Jeffery; Lackington, Allen, and Company; J. Booker; Black, Parry, and Kingsbury; J. Asperne; J. Murray; and J. Harris., ) 1807 A.D. Note: Page 115 of the source. Note: Page 116 of the source. Note: Page 117 of the source. Note: Page 127 of the source. Note: Page…
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The Akan Peoples of Ghana have Ancient “Libyan” Cultural Influences

The Akan Peoples of Ghana have Ancient “Libyan” Cultural Influences

Source: Virgin Mother Goddesses of Antiquity (Palgrave Macmillan US) 2010 A.D. Note: Page 4 of the source. Note: Page 9 of the source. Note: Page 23 to 24 of the source. Note: Page 27 to 28 of the source. Note: Page 28 of the source. Note: Page 37 to 38 of the source. Note: Page 38 of the source. Note: Page 38 to 39 of the source. Note: Page 40 of the source. Note: Page 42 of the source. Note: Page 42 of the source. Note: Page 42 of the source. Note: Page 43 of the source. Note: Page 44…
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The Ancient City of Carthage had a Majority of “African” and “Negro” Types

The Ancient City of Carthage had a Majority of “African” and “Negro” Types

Source: Ancient African Christianity: An Introduction to a Unique Context and Tradition (Routledge) 2017 A.D. Note: Page 64 of the source. Note: Page 65 of the source. Note: Page 68 to 69 of the source. Note: Page 76 of the source. Note: Page 76 to 77 of the source. This source confirms several things: in Roman Africa the goddess "Afra" was depicted with dreadlocks and other negroid features, the Cyrenaeans depicted themselves and Romans with "Libyan features" (the ancient northern regions west of the Nile were often designated as Libya, which means the Cyreneans and the Romans living in their…
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Romans Categorized Peoples by the Physical Appearance, Not By Parentage or ‘Blood’-Roman Perception of Mediterranean Phenotype was ‘albus or leukos’ (White) But Not Too White

Romans Categorized Peoples by the Physical Appearance, Not By Parentage or ‘Blood’-Roman Perception of Mediterranean Phenotype was ‘albus or leukos’ (White) But Not Too White

Source: Roman Perceptions of Blacks (Virginia Tech University Libraries) 1993 A.D. From the source, "Abstract. Certain preconceptions about 'blacks' in predominantly 'white' societies have distorted modern visions of the ways in which Aethiopes were perceived in Roman society, resulting in much misinterpretation of the relevant texts. In Roman perceptions categories like black African, white, 'paleface' and swarthy were neither communities nor socially defined 'races' with ascribed group-statuses. Categorisation was determined by the physical appearance of the individual person, not by parentage or 'blood'...Wiesen saw this text as evidence of a Roman perception of blacks as natural inferiors of 'the white…
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