1714 – 600 Families of Berbers Descend From 5 Colonies of Sabeans In Africa

1714 – 600 Families of Berbers Descend From 5 Colonies of Sabeans In Africa

Source: Atlas Geographus: Or, A Compleat System of Geography, Ancient and Modern (John Nutt) 1714 - pg. 38 African authors of the best note, says Mormel, affirm that Babary and Namidia were first peopled by 5 colonies of Sabeans, who came hither with Melec Isriqui, a Prince of Arabia Felix, from whom 600 families of Berbers, and the greatest families of Africa derive their origins.
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1848 – Cush Existed On Both Sides of The Red Sea

1848 – Cush Existed On Both Sides of The Red Sea

Source: The Christian Lady's Magazine, Volume 28 (R. B. Seeley and W. Burnside) 1848 A.D. Note: Page 135 of the source. Note: Page 135 of the source. Note: Page 136 of the source. Note: Page 136 of the source. This source confirms several things: the ancient Kingdom of Cush existed in both Africa and Arabia, the Himyarites were a black people, and a tribe of Bedaweens/Bedouins are black.
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