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The Oxford Encyclopedia of Ancient Egypt Volume 3-Ph.D. Stuart Tyson Smith’s Commentary-It Is Reasonable To Label Ancient Egyptians Were “Black” While Acknowledging The Genetic Diversity of Africa-Various Evidence Supports Egypt’s African Origin-Immigration Did Contribute To Ancient Egypt Which Confirms Its Diversity-Egyptian and Nubian Similarities-New Kingdom Iconography Provided “Idealized” Representations of Different Peoples So Use Discernment When Viewing Them

The Oxford Encyclopedia of Ancient Egypt Volume 3-Ph.D. Stuart Tyson Smith’s Commentary-It Is Reasonable To Label Ancient Egyptians Were “Black” While Acknowledging The Genetic Diversity of Africa-Various Evidence Supports Egypt’s African Origin-Immigration Did Contribute To Ancient Egypt Which Confirms Its Diversity-Egyptian and Nubian Similarities-New Kingdom Iconography Provided “Idealized” Representations of Different Peoples So Use Discernment When Viewing Them

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