Greeks and Romans Did Not Make a Clear Distinction Between Egyptians and Ethiopians

Greeks and Romans Did Not Make a Clear Distinction Between Egyptians and Ethiopians

Source: Black Athena Writes Back Martin Bernal Responds to His Critics (Duke University Press) 2001 A.D. Note: Page 66 of the source. Note: Page 66 of the source. I believe this source is crucial for understanding how the brilliant Professor Frank M. Snowden had a hard time considering ancient Egypt, at its core, to be a black civilization. Professor Frank M. Snowden at times contradicted himself because he did acknowledge the blackness of ancient Egyptians at times but other times he neglected to do do. This source provides commentary that Professor Frank M. Snowden was being way to limited, most…
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Black Jews Along The Niger

Black Jews Along The Niger

Source: Zakhor (Jewish Virtual Library) 2008 A.D. From the source, " ZAKHOR (Heb. "Remember"), black Judaizing movement in Mali comprising around 1,000 people. It was founded in Timbuktu in 1993 by the Malian historian Ismael Daidé Haïdara, whose followers claim to be the offspring of Saharan Jews. In a manifesto published in 1996, the members of Zakhor recognize themselves as Jews and declare themselves to be descendants of the Jews of Touat. The Touat, the region at the limit of the Sahara in western Algeria, was, up to 1492, inhabited by Jews involved in trans-Saharan trade. At that time, Sheikh Abd…
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7th Century Jewish Queen El-Kahina Had “Dark Skin”, “Mass of Hair”, “Huge Eyes”, and Her Eyes Would Turn “Red”

7th Century Jewish Queen El-Kahina Had “Dark Skin”, “Mass of Hair”, “Huge Eyes”, and Her Eyes Would Turn “Red”

Source: Africa from the Seventh to the Eleventh Century (UNESCO) 1988 A.D. Note: Page 19 of the source. Note: Page 237 to 238 of the source. Note: Page 277 of the source. This source tells us that El-Kahina had dark skin and a mass of hair which may have been an "afro" or "dreadlocks" that were bunched together. The fact that her eyes turned "red" is another signifier that she was a black woman because blacks in the medieval world were noted for having "red" eyes and looking like "devils" . This source confirms the diversity of the medieval Saharan…
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UNESCO’s General History of Africa Volume 2: Ancient Civilizations of Africa-“Mediterranean Race” Is Euphemism For “Negro”-Numerous Greco-Roman Authors Noted That The Egyptians Were Black-Strabo Believed ‘Egyptians Settled Ethiopia and Colchoi’-Indo European Slaves In Ancient Egypt-The Ancient Remains of a Negroid Child In Acacus-Negroid Remains Are Not Rare In Punic Burial Grounds-Black Auxiliaries In Carthaginian Army-A Lieutenant of Agathocles In Tunisia Overcame A People Whose Skin Was Similar To That of Ethiopians-Black Garamantes

UNESCO’s General History of Africa Volume 2: Ancient Civilizations of Africa-“Mediterranean Race” Is Euphemism For “Negro”-Numerous Greco-Roman Authors Noted That The Egyptians Were Black-Strabo Believed ‘Egyptians Settled Ethiopia and Colchoi’-Indo European Slaves In Ancient Egypt-The Ancient Remains of a Negroid Child In Acacus-Negroid Remains Are Not Rare In Punic Burial Grounds-Black Auxiliaries In Carthaginian Army-A Lieutenant of Agathocles In Tunisia Overcame A People Whose Skin Was Similar To That of Ethiopians-Black Garamantes

Source: Ancient Civilizations of Africa Volume 1 (UNESCO) 1981 A.D. Note: Page 27 of the source. Note: Page 27 of the source. Note: Page 29 to 30 of the source. Note: Page 34 of the source. Note: Page 36 of the source. Note: Page 36 of the source. Note: Page 37 of the source. Note: Page 37 of the source. Note: Page 37 of the source. Note: Page 38 of the source. Note: Page 38 of the source. Note: Page 39 of the source. Note: Page 39 of the source. Note: Page 39 of the source. Note: Page 41 of…
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UNESCO Says Ancient Egypt Was Black

UNESCO Says Ancient Egypt Was Black

Source: Ancient Civilizations of Africa (University of California) 1981 - pg. 38 In 1981, the United Nations Educational, Scientific and Cultural Organization published General History of Africa II: Ancient Civilizations of Africa. From page 27 to page 43 of this book, UNESCO proves that the ancient Egyptians from their origins through the several thousand years they reigned to the sunset of the Roman Empire they were without a doubt a black, negroid race. Page 29 to the beginning of page 30 of this book also talks of the "brown" Mediterranean peoples, which includes Shemites, being negroes. This also ties to…
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