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WERE ANCIENT EGYPTIANS BLACKS?

Wednesday 17 September 2014 by Mabinuori Idowu (aka ID)

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The persistent misrepresentation of Black Egyptians of the Pharaohs era on social network makes it imperative, to answer the question: were ancient Egyptians Blacks? Despite the existence of the proceedings of the symposium held in Cairo from 28 January to 3 February 1974, on the peopling of ancient Egypt and the deciphering of Meroitic (Egypt) script under the auspices of UNESCO, we still see all sorts of images purported to represent Black Egyptians published on social network.

For those of you out there not aware; the Cairo colloquium concluded in the final report meticulously prepared, invite the scientific community to re-write universal history of humanity granting Black Africa her primordial role that she has effectively assumed in the edification of civilization. The painting above as the foot note indicates, from the tomb of Ramses111 (1200 BC) shows that the Egyptians who built the civilization today’s Egypt is re-known saw themselves as Blacks and painted themselves as such without possible confusion with the Indo-Europeans (Caucasoid) or Semites.


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