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First, let me invite you to visit and study information on the 1974 debate on the origin of the Egyptians:
Here's a better web site explaining the "Table of Nations" relief in the tomb of Ramses III...and it does say there were "indo-europeans". This is, however, drawn around 1,200 BC...so it's not evidence of involvement in the origin of Egypt. The key thing about this relief, however, is what the author argues in contrast to Eurocentric pseudo history (revisionist theory), which is that the Egyptians paint THEMSELVES as being black African types! Note how similarly colored and dress the African (Nubian) person is with the Egyptian!
Table of Nations Study:
Even in 1,200 BC, Egyptians viewed themselves as being black. Plus, I'd ask you to read Cheikh Anta Diop's, African Origin of Civilization, especially chapter 1. Also, Cheikh Anta Diop's "Civilization and Barbarism" is his greatly work of evidence supporting the African origin of Egypt.
In 1974, Dr. Diop and Dr Obenga participated in a debate with European history scholars in Europe to
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