P. Molesworth Sykes, D. G. Hogarth and M. Longworth Dames Provide Commentary On The Ancient Negroid Presence In Southern Persia-The Black Archers At Susa (Achaemenian Dynasty)-Negroid Skulls In The Parthian Necropolis of the Memnonium Confirm The Ancient Writers Such as Herodotus

P. Molesworth Sykes, D. G. Hogarth and M. Longworth Dames Provide Commentary On The Ancient Negroid Presence In Southern Persia-The Black Archers At Susa (Achaemenian Dynasty)-Negroid Skulls In The Parthian Necropolis of the Memnonium Confirm The Ancient Writers Such as Herodotus

Source: Anthropological Notes on Southern Persia ( Royal Anthropological Institute of Great Britain and Ireland) 1902 A.D. Note: Page 342 of the source. Note: Page 343 of the source. This source confirms what has already been noted on the ancient negroid, black presence in Susa.
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Additions To Esther 16 (KJV)

Additions To Esther 16 (KJV)

1The great king Artaxerxes vnto the princes and gouernours of an hundreth and seuen and twenty prouinces, from India vnto Ethiopia, and vnto all our faithfull Subiects, greeting. 2Many, the more often they are honoured with the great bountie of their gracious princes, the more proud they are waxen, 3And endeauour to hurt not our Subiects onely, but not being able to beare abundance, doe take in hand to practise also against those that doe them good: 4And take not only thankfulnesse away from among men, but also lifted vp with the glorious words of lewde persons that were neuer…
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Darius I: A Black Medo-Persian King In The Bible

Darius I: A Black Medo-Persian King In The Bible

When we think of Persians, we often think of what present day Persians look like when we considered how they looked in the past (similar to Elamites). Here's what they look like today: Much like history, the entire area known as the "Middle East" has been whitewashed and appropriated. Persia is no exception. In the Bible, Darius I aka Darius The Great is mentioned in the following books: EzraNehemiahDanielHaggaiZechariah When Darius is depicted in scholarly text or on television, he's often shown not as he is, but as he was imagined by a Greek painter in 1888: What Darius The…
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Elam and The Elamites: The Evidence No Believer Can Afford To Ignore

Elam and The Elamites: The Evidence No Believer Can Afford To Ignore

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=dgwVovdKDl4 Elam: Son of Shem One of the most interesting mysteries in the Bible surrounds the sons of Noah and the origin of each nation on the planet. According to most mainstream Christian researchers the sons of Noah divided into the nations as follows: Ham: Black Africans + Black ArabsShem: "Olive" Hebrews + "Olive" ArabsJapheth: Europeans + Asians However, discoveries of Biblical sites are starting to paint an entirely different picture than the one presented to the general public by the church and media. According to the Bible, Elam was one of the sons of Shem: "The children of Shem;…
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