Mr. Greaves, in your rebuttal against the theory of negroid ancient egyptians, you give a quote from a book written in 1909(kinda out of date don't ya think?)in which a stellae had been translated and used the word "NEGRO". If I were you I'd be HIGHLY skeptical of the accuracy of that translation!The word "negro" is a european word barrowed from spanish and I highly doubt that egyptians used such a term. I suspect racist eurocentric bias factored into the 'translation' of the stelle.Now I noticed that you produced some images of egyptian statues that appear to have caucasoid features, but I ask you-if the ancient egyptians were caucasoid of some sort why are the statues of the rulers depicted as having negroid features??
This fact certainly suggests the possibility that even if not all of the ancient egyptians were negroid, the ruling class very well may have been.