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Re: RE: Black Egypt? Hardly!
Posted By: Progidy In Response To: Re: RE: Black Egypt? Hardly! (anubis)
Date: 30, November 04, at 9:48 p.m.
In Response To: Re: RE: Black Egypt? Hardly! (anubis)
First of all. You being a native of Egypt does not give you any authority.
The original Egyptians were like the Nubians of today, BLACK.
Today, most in the Egyptians Cities do look Caucasian, but that is because of Caucasian immigration. Even the White Man Source (Discovery Channel) indirectly acknowledges that the Egyptians were Black, hence the King Tut Pic and TV programs with Ancient Egyptians as Negroids.
Initially, Egypt was not racially diverse, and it became racially diverse because of the Persian, Macedonian, and Roman conquests. The Ancient Greeks stated that the Egyptians were Ethiopians in race. They belonged to the Western Ethiopian stock (Curly Hair and Dark skin). Let me remind you that the term Ethiop means Black and is Greek in origin. Not only that but there are many Greek stories which had Ethiopian Characters whom were NOT labelled as Barbarians.
...The only Caucasians present in Egypt were the Greeks (like Herodotus) whom were tourists.
These Anthropology and Genetic studies is simply pure bullshit.
Race is NOT scientific. Refer: Dictionary.com
One cannot use Blood type, Genetics, etc to determine ones race, however, it is is possible to determine the physical appearance of a skeleton remain.
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