Source: Princeton University (1737) This is a 1737 map of The Kingdom of Judah in West Africa. This map appears in his book, Ioannis Leonis Africani Africae, which is part of The Kinsey Collection. 1737 Map of Judah On The West Coast of Africa
Source: Princeton University (1710) This map shows that The Kingdom of Judah existed on the West Coast of Africa (West Africa) in 1710.
Source: Library of Congress This map was created in 1747 by English cartographer Emanuel Bowen as part of a collection. He was a renowned map maker with a reputation for being accurate. Here on his map of Negroland (Africa), he notes "The Kingdom of Juda" as the "The Slave Coast". Map of The Kingdom of Judah on The Slave Coast of Africa The reason Judah fled into Africa was to escape invading armies. Their enslavement by people in slave ships was a fulfillment of the following prophecy: "Woe to the land shadowing with wings, which is beyond the rivers of…
This painting was made in 1723 and shows the crowning of the king of Judah prior to their disappearance from the Western Coast of Africa by 1750. The painting shows a black nation crowning a black king. Crowning of the King of Whydah, by Jacob van der Schley (1715-1779) Please Take A Moment To Share If you enjoyed this study, please take a moment to share. Thanks in advance.