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''With this in mind, one cannot overlook caucasoid mummies like "Ginger", with their discretely reddish hair and European features, which instantly drive a steak through the heart of the radical Afrocentric view that Egypt was an EXCLUSIVELY "black" civilization. This does not mean that there were ONLY European types present either, but rather attests a heterogenous population from the beginning! ''
Do you relize that salts in the Sahara desert that preserved the so called ''Ginger'' mummy change change the natural color of the hair. Overtime decomposed bodies lose elasticity in their hair and texture. The only way we can be sure of the original color and texture of hair is by eletron microscope. Even the naturally preserved mummies like Utzi found in the Alps shows contamination.
''The bust of Khufu's nephew Hemiunu shows non-negroid features''
The Hemmiu sculpture has it's eye balls hacked out and face was reconstructed by museum officals.
''but many busts of Khufu himself are quite African in appearance''
Yes,as so are other Old Kingdom sculptures
'' It is not unusual then that another bust found in Hemiunu's tomb, believed to be that of one of his wives, shows a prognathous face with Nubian features''
The bust found in the tomb was not a female,nor the Nubian wife of the person,but was an Egyptian male.
''Many Egyptian wigs are made up of various hair types and textures, and they are made of REAL Egyptian hair. ''
You are correct,because ancient and modern Egyptians have various hairtypes. Sometimes hair was imported from other countries.
''There are wavy blonde wigs and kinky''
According to who? Blondes never made up a large amount of the population,but some blonde Libyans did migrate to Egypt,so it possibly came from them.
''It is a known fact that during the 18th dynasty (especially in the reign of Akhenaten and Nefertiti), Nubian-style wigs were fashionable and quite popular among royal and noble families, mixed and homogenous. ''
Amung the elite,but not commoners
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