1793 A.D. Commentary on the Ancient Black Presence in the Mediterranean

1793 A.D. Commentary on the Ancient Black Presence in the Mediterranean

Source: A Mythological, Etymological, and Historical Dictionary: Extracted from the Analysis of Ancient Mythology (C. Dilly) 1793 A.D. Genesis 10:6-10, " The Hamites 6 The sons of Ham: Cush, Egypt, Put and Canaan. 7 The sons of Cush: Seba, Havilah, Sabtah, Raamah and Sabteka. The sons of Raamah: Sheba and Dedan. 8 Cush was the father[a] of Nimrod, who became a mighty warrior on the earth. 9 He was a mighty hunter before the Lord; that is why it is said, “Like Nimrod, a mighty hunter before the Lord.” 10 The first centers of his kingdom were Babylon, Uruk, Akkad and Kalneh, in[b] Shinar.[c]" Note: Page 20 of the source. Note: Page 21 of the source. Mauri could translate to "black". Note: Page…
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Analyzing Tacitus’ Statements on Jews-Tacitus Viewed Jews as a Threat Due To Their Religious Customs-Romans Both Admired and Envied The Jews For Their Ancient Origins-Utilize Sources About Egyptians and Ethiopians Being Black Because Greco-Roman Individuals Categorized People By Physical Appearance and Customs-The Jews Were Equated To Mostly Being of Egyptian Origin or Ethiopian Origin-A “Stereotypical” Image Was Held By Greco-Roman Thinkers About The Physical Appearance of Egyptians and Ethiopians

Analyzing Tacitus’ Statements on Jews-Tacitus Viewed Jews as a Threat Due To Their Religious Customs-Romans Both Admired and Envied The Jews For Their Ancient Origins-Utilize Sources About Egyptians and Ethiopians Being Black Because Greco-Roman Individuals Categorized People By Physical Appearance and Customs-The Jews Were Equated To Mostly Being of Egyptian Origin or Ethiopian Origin-A “Stereotypical” Image Was Held By Greco-Roman Thinkers About The Physical Appearance of Egyptians and Ethiopians

Source: Tacitus (Jewish Virtual Library) 2021 A.D. From the source, "He gives a bizarre picture of Jewish national and religious origins (Histories 5:2–5), though in referring to traditions which variously make the first Jews Cretan, Egyptian, Ethiopian, or Assyrian exiles, or the nation of the Solymi celebrated by Homer, he is not wholly inaccurate, since the theory of Assyrian origin may fit with the biblical account of Abraham's wanderings from Chaldea. Nor is his account wholly unfavorable, since the Romans, whose own origins were questionable (see the preface to Livy's History), admired and envied peoples who had ancient origins. Tacitus agrees with…
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Tacitus: Hebrews Looked Like Ethiopians and Egyptians

Tacitus: Hebrews Looked Like Ethiopians and Egyptians

One argument Eurocentric Christianity like to make is that Israelites look "Middle Eastern" or "olive", but we know from the Bible that's not True. Tacitus is one more nail in the coffin. "A few authorities hold that in the reign of Isis the surplus population of Egypt was evacuated to neighboring lands under the leadership of Hierosolymus and Judas. Many assure us that the Jews are descended from those Ethiopians who were driven by fear and hatred to emigrate from their home country when Cepheus was king. There are some who say that a motley collection of landless Assyrians occupied…
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