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First off, I definetely agree that Ancient Egyptians were of many "skin" color, but wouldnt the scope of your study be small? Your only considering hair color, skin color, and other minor details. Are you considering that there are other classifications that might help or hurt you in proving your point?
Second, I dont think you should be angry at this issue. Because there are alot more sites where its groups claim Egypt to be purely white, or (caucasian).
Third, PLEASE, STOP LOOKING AT THE pictures; ARCHAEOLOGY study is THE KEY. And PLEASE present us with official information other than finding most of your evidence on baised sites/your own judgements. Read some books on cranial studies of the Caucasian/Negroid, particularly by Crichton.
If you dont agree, why not do a "White Egypt? Hardly!". Lets equalize the situation and start these racial flame wars to see which race had the "greatest civilization".
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