Egypt : Were all Ancient Egyptians black?

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Well I agree entirely with Egypt being of African origin - never said it wasn't at all - just I believe we should always be truthful - if there were white servants and people hid the fact that would discredit the truth about it being a black civilisation when the truth came out. In 'my' opinion the truth is on our side so we don't need to muck about with history in any way - we don't necessarily need to be athrocentrist since Africa is at the centre of everything - we just need to reveal its position in a clear, provable way.
The problem is - there is a lot of Eurocentric and Afrocentric information in regards to the ancient Km.t people.

The only problem is - people get caught up in these names and fail to see what history, genetics anthropology and archaeology has to say in concerns to this question. Was there white folks in ancient Km.t. YES!!!

History confirms this through the Grecian as they explain how their great teachers Thales, Pythagoras, etc ... entered Km.t to learn but that was around 600 bce. Before then there was no trace of European people. The first time white looking folks were ever mentioned to have been seen in Km.t documents was around 2500 bce with the Tamahu when ventured INTO Libya from across the seas. Ancient Km.t was strictly African - as their records show that they came from the South of Egypt which is the ancient territory of Noub.t/Nubia (Gold Miners) and the rest of the Nubia (Ethiopia (All of Africa)) and India population.

In the so-called Middle East the first time you really hear of white folks is when the Gutian (Hebrew: goyum - English: gentiles Sanskrit: Jot) people were seen around the same time as the ancient Egyptians saw the Tamahu people which descended from the north.

Many Ancient African nations defended their borders from these peoples - and in ancient Kemet - it was seen as to be deceased as it was seen with the ancient Hebrew people to be white. The ancient Hebrews saw it as being plagued with leprosy - which the Hebrews were simply a sect of ancient Egyptian - so they both saw it the same way.

Most Eurocentric's see it as no blacks could have ever accomplished such great things. Most Afrocentrics see it as African American are the ancient Egyptians but some kind of forget that many of the descendant from ancient Kmt still live around those areas (not the arabs).

Truthcentrics see what history says, genetics, archaeology, anthropology linguistics ... and other forms of study suggest and show - no serious scholar would ever take one serious who suggest that ancient Km.t was white or had white people in it. They fight for mixed populations which ancient Egypt was - but it was mixed with many indigenous African populations and not Europeans. There have always been light-skinned black folks and dark-skinned black folks living amongst each other and there always will be until infinity and beyond - so those people were in fact mixed colors but white wasn't one of them unless they were albino.

They were mixed with so-called middle easterners but the ancient middle easterns were black and probably darker then most Africans. As a matter of fact the ancient Moors come from the Middle east.


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1) It's important to note that Egypt would become the first civilization to depict women as more fair-skinned than their male counterparts. This would eventually become the convention for gender depictions in print media.

2) The Arabs/Europeans did not exist in Ancient Egypt. They invaded much later.

3) The paint on these relics would become faded over time. (Take a look at Greece and you see that the paint actually washed completely off, over time.)

I can't post links here, but please do a Flickr search on Queen Tiye, Akhenaton, and descendants.

Additionally, please search for the onsite video entitled "Egyptians are African Nubian" on Youtube. The video was taped in Upper-Egypt, onsite, and the Egyptian brothers in the video do a great job of explaining the background of their region and their people.
 

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1) It's important to note that Egypt would become the first civilization to depict women as more fair-skinned than their male counterparts. This would eventually become the convention for gender depictions in print media.

2) The Arabs/Europeans did not exist in Ancient Egypt. They invaded much later.

3) The paint on these relics would become faded over time. (Take a look at Greece and you see that the paint actually washed completely off, over time.)

I can't post links here, but please do a Flickr search on Queen Tiye, Akhenaton, and descendants.

Additionally, please search for the onsite video entitled "Egyptians are African Nubian" on Youtube. The video was taped in Upper-Egypt, onsite, and the Egyptian brothers in the video do a great job of explaining the background of their region and their people.



.......Welcome to Destee.com La_Kréyol...Very good, and strong points you've placed on the table.

 

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...what existed in KMT/Ancient Egypt prior to the invasion of Alexander, the Greek in 332BC, had nothing what so ever to do with anything created by Europe or Europeans -- John Henrik Clarke, "Great And Mighty Walk"
 
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