The Penetration of Cultural Influences From The Ancient Near East (ANE) Into “Negro Africa”

Source: HEBREW INSTALLATION RITES: A CONTRIBUTION TO THE STUDY OF ANCIENT NEAR EASTERN-AFRICAN CULTURE CONTACT (Hebrew Union College Press) 1947 A.D.

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This source is a key for analyzing extensive similarities between ancient near east (especially ancient Israel) culture and African culture. This source is the perfect example that the lines between Yahwestic culture and African culture can be extremely blurred which can point to cultural and demic diffusion (the migration of people from the ancient and medieval near east to Africa). This source can also be used as a stepping stone if one wants to further examine the kingship installation rites across Africa.

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