Black Egyptians: The African Origins of Ancient Egypt

Black Egyptians: The African Origins of Ancient Egypt

by Segun Magbagbeola

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Black Egyptians sets out to prove once and for all that Black Africans started and ruled the Ancient Egyptian civilization. This is the book to finally solve the Ancient Egyptian race controversy. Drawing on a wealth of sources including Nuwaupu, genetics and archaeology, the author combines conventional and unconventional Egyptology together to form a unique record of Egyptian history and set the stage for Black Africans to unite under one common creed.

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ISBN-13: 9780957369504
Publisher: Akasha Publishing Ltd
Publication date: 01/10/2013
Pages: 268
Product dimensions: 6.14(w) x 9.21(h) x 0.56(d)

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Black Egyptians: The African Origins of Ancient Egypt 5 out of 5 based on 0 ratings. 2 reviews.
Anonymous More than 1 year ago
This book may be okay,but i find the fact that Egypt is in Africa and yet they seem to have found a way to brainwash society into thinking the Egyptians are very fair skinned with straight hair. Because the Egyptians lived in a very hot climate their hair would be kinky curly and there skin would be somewhat dark. I have yet to see a movie that was in Egypt about someone like Cleopatra or Nefertiti that was black. All the females that have played someone from Egypt are white. This gives off the idea that Cleopatra,Nefertiti,or King Tut cannot be beautiful because they are black- since everyone thought they were handsome/beautiful people. I am not racists or have a bias towards white people,but it seems unfair I never get to see someone of color playing someone of power tha is supposed to be black. —ODd
Anonymous More than 1 year ago
A much needed and worthy addition to the history of Egypt and African people. There is obviously a misrepresentation of the Ancient Egyptian people and the author does a good job to clear up the race controversy. You learn about the history of this great civilisation, their links with the rest of Africa and what Egyptologists will never tell you. If you have an interest in Egyptology or African history this is one of the best books on the subject that will open your eyes up to divine and sacred knowledge.