The Art of Historiography

The Art of Historiography

Source: Historical Research Method: Home (Edith Cowan University ) 2012 A.D. Historiography is the study of historical writing. God is blessing us to reclaim our history, so it is important we know what we are looking for and know how to piece history together accurately as we progress. Below is the historical method from Edith Cowan University that one can use for research. Remember to follow the leading of the Holy Spirit in all that you do. From the Historical Research Method source, " Historical research or historiography, "attempts to systematically recapture the complex nuances, the people,meanings,events,and even ideas of the past that have…
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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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Phinehas Meant “bronze-colored Nubian”

Phinehas Meant “bronze-colored Nubian”

Source: Proper Names (Biblegateway) 2021 A.D. From the source, "b. Physical characteristics. These few names seem to divide easily into four categories: (1) color, (2) size, (3) defects and (4) sex. Some examples are: Laban and Libni (white), Zohar (reddish white), Haruz (yellow), Edom (red), Phinehas (bronze-colored Nubian), Hakkatan (small one), Korah and Kareah (baldy), Heresh (dumb), Ikkesh (crooked), Gareb (scabby), Gideon (maimed), Paseah (halting), and Geber (male)." This source confirms the notion that individuals, including Israelites, were named or nicknamed Phinehas due to their extremely dark-skin color.
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Ancient Nubians Came in Varying Shades of Skin Complexion

Ancient Nubians Came in Varying Shades of Skin Complexion

Source: Egyptians see Nubians as subjects (University of Chicago) 2021 A.D. Note: From the source. From the source, "These paintings from the tomb of Huy, the Egyptian governor of Nubia during the reign of King Tutankhamun (1336–1327 BC), pictures Nubians bringing tribute for Egypt’s pharaoh. The scene shows a wide variety of Nubians. Some are in Egyptian dress, including a woman riding in a cart. Others, including children, appear in Nubian dress. The skin color of the Nubian men ranges from dark red to brown to black; skin tones for some of the women are lighter." This source confirms that…
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Depiction of Asiatic Offering Jasper During the New Kingdom Epoch

Depiction of Asiatic Offering Jasper During the New Kingdom Epoch

Source: Asiatic Offering Jasper (The Global Egyptian Museum) Note: From the source. From the source, "Asiatic offering jasper...This fragment of a wall painting comes from the Theban tomb of Huy, viceroy of Nubia. It was once part of a scene depicting Asiatics bringing gifts to the pharaoh, including baskets filled with red jasper or with lapis lazuli." This source confirms that Asiatic people came in varying shades of brown.
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1184-1153 B.C. Tile with Philistine Chief

1184-1153 B.C. Tile with Philistine Chief

Source: Tile with Philistine chief (Museum of Fine Arts-Boston) 2021 A.D. Note: From the source. From the source, "Faience palace tile/inlay depicting captive Philistine chief with elbows bound behind; attributes include reddish skin; small, pointed beard; white robe and headband with fabric details in red, cream, and gray; feet broken." This source confirms that their were people with brown skin in the ancient Middle East.
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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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Genetic Study Reveals Egyptians and Yoruba Have Similar DNA Segments To Two Individuals From the Ancient Near East

Genetic Study Reveals Egyptians and Yoruba Have Similar DNA Segments To Two Individuals From the Ancient Near East

Source: A Genetic History of the Near East from an aDNA Time Course Sampling Eight Points in the Past 4,000 Years (US National Library of Medicine National Institutes of Health) 2020 A.D. From the source, "We then estimated kinship40 among our samples and found individuals SFI-43 (female) and SFI-44 (male), who lived around 500 BCE during the Iron Age III under the Persian rule, were first-degree relatives (Figure S4) and shared the same mtDNA haplogroup, T2C1 (Table S4). We kept these two individuals in the dataset for the following test and projected all ancient samples in set 2 onto a principal component…
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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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