Dear brother I and others find u so amusing and your thinking somewhat childlike. All the pictures and reliefs that I have studied for over a decade clearly DO NOT depict Ancient Egyptians as all having beards just growing on their chins. Some, matter of fact a huge amount have no facial hair at all, especially the average common working egyptian. Oh! But I forgot you are a descendant from the 'Modern Day' Egyptians and not the true original Black Ancient Egyptians. That was your words not mine! I only wanted to put you on the right path so that you may study to live up to your name, but you are not worthy of the true knowledge of knowing thyself. You come up with a couple of internet pictures and using Brian Grant as an example of hair growing on just the chin. Well, my brother I can show you thousands of pictures where there is no hair on the ancient egyptians face at all. Look at the books that I mentioned to you see them feel them. Have you even pulled out a BOOK yet to see what was on the papyri, I think not! Go to the TUT 2 Revisit in Chicago's Field Museum starting on May 26th of this year...see my ancestors up close and read about them...see with your own eyes that beard growth just on the chin meant nothing because every ancient egyptian did not have one! The fake beard on royalty was a symbol of authority and power to show that HEY! I AM KING! PHAROAH IN MY OWN RIGHT!! Just like white europeans in the 17 and 1800s wore white wigs to show a man of authority in court or some high place. Wigs are not different from a beard they both are hair growths..what planet are you from! Hair is hair and in those days because everything was so dry you could get lice in both and have to shave. Did ancient egyptian women grow hair just on their chins too?! Queen Hatshepsut on her huge monumnts and obelisks depicted herself with one, but only after she claimed to be Pharoah! Your knowlegde Base is inferior to mine, hair on just the chin...give me a break!! Just like the idea of the cobra (uraeous) in almost the center of the forehead where the peneal gland is located. The Cobra was a symbol of power and knowledge just like the fake beards the pharoah wore...please go study...you bore me!