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Kemet... A colony/trade of a variety of cultures not limited too: Sumerians, Assyrians, Carians, Phoenicians, Nubians, Libyans, Persians, Minoans, Etruscans, Anatolians, Gaul-Celtics, ETC...!
This Stunning Model Was Asked If She'd Consider Bleaching Her Skin For $10,000. This Was Her Response -
Spread the loveSouth Sudanese model, Nyakim Gatwech, also known as “Queen of The Dark” ain’t here for the BS about her glorious dark skin. In an interview with Yahoo Beauty, Gatwech reveals: “I was [asked by] my Uber driver the other day, he said, ‘Don’t take this offensive but if you were given 10 thousand dollars would ... Read More about This Stunning Model Was Asked If She’d Consider Bleaching Her Skin For $10,000. This Was Her Response
Black or white?
Wouldn't it be nice if you could research ancient people without getting tangled up with white supremacists (who insist that all the great ancient civilisations were white) and black supremacists (who insist that all the great ancient peoples were black), and someone who appeared to be asserting that every single ancient civilisation (except the black africans) had the identical mid brown skin colour to her son. They sling insults and racial epithets at each other, assume bad faith of…
By Apuleius’ time, Isis was deeply into Her Myrionymous phase as Lady of the Ten Thousand Names. Yet even then, he knows that the “Ethiopians, Africans, and Egyptians” are the one…
2009_1027_140214AA British Museum, London
Plaster cast of a relief from the temple of Beit el-Wali, Lower Nubia. The cast depicts a militairy expedition by Ramses II and the presentation to the pharaoh of the produce of Nubia and the lands of tropical Africa. On the left side of this great relief Ramses II (1279-1213 B.C.) followed by two of his sons, Amen-her-wenemef and Khaemwaset, is depicted charging against a body of Nubian bowmen, who are shown with black and brown complexions, dressed in leopard skin kilts, and wearing large…