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African History

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African history from the beginning, to yesterday.

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  Ancient Egypt History, Ancient Egyptian Art, Ancient Aliens, African Culture, African American History, Forensic Facial Reconstruction, Egyptian Kings And Queens, African Royalty, Black History Facts

Queen Tiye, wife of King Amenhotep III, mother of King Akhenaten and grandmother of king Tut

Queen Tiye’s family and early life Also known as Taia, Tiy or Tiyi, Queen Tiye was born in 1398 BC. The father; Yuya, was a provincial priest in the town of Akhmim and also acted as a commander of the royal chariots. He owned a large chunk of land and was considered one of the …

Cham: aka HAM A Cham Buddha from ancient Vietnam next to a brother from East/Central Africa.

Why Have There Been So Many Black Gods?

This being the case; when we find the great nations of the world, both past and present, worshipping black gods, then we logically conclude that these peoples are either members of the black race, …

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Ancient Egypt: Sarcophagus of an Egyptian noble woman

Ancient Egypt: The third intermediate period - The Libyans, Berbers and the Moors of Spain plus Nubians and Assyrians

Ancient world history: Interwoven history of all the world's original civilizations in chronological context and in book format: Egypt

Photo about A female African dancer dancing and entertaining people outdoors. Image of bare, dance, dancing - 4945487

African dancer editorial photography. Image of bare, dance - 4945487

Photo about A female African dancer dancing and entertaining people outdoors. Image of bare, dance, dancing - 4945487

Deconstructing the Lie and the Fantasy of the Movie "Exodus: Gods and Kings"

Deconstructing the Lie and the Fantasy of the Movie "Exodus: Gods and Kings"

Deconstructing the Lie and the Fantasy of the Movie "Exodus: Gods and Kings"

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Amasis II or Ahmose II was a pharaoh (reigned 570 BCE – 526 BCE) of the Twenty-sixth dynasty of Egypt, the successor of Apries at Sais. He was the last great ruler of Egypt before the Persian conquest. Ancient Egyptian Artifacts, Ancient History, Tudor History, Asian History, Black History, British History, Egypt Concept Art, African Origins, Strange History

King Amasis Egypt Late Period 26th Dynasty 570-550 BCE Quartzite

King Amasis was the next to last ruler of the 26th Dynasty. He has narrow, closely spaced eyes and long face, typical of the way Libyans were depicted by Egyptian artists, and may reflect his ancestry. The head probably came from a temple statue. He wears the traditional royal nemes head cloth, with a protective uraeus serpent at the brow. Photographed at the Walters Art Museum, Baltimore, Maryland.

Why are only the blacks still carrying on the ancient Egyptian tradition of braiding hair? - Quora

Why are only the blacks still carrying on the ancient Egyptian tradition of braiding hair? - Quora

*EGYPT ~ Side view of the carrier of the backpack. DAMIANO, old Egypt. The splendor of the Pharaohs, Madrid, p.

Porter of the Basket of Niankh-Pepi

Porter of the Basket of Niankh-PepiThis small wooden standing...

Detail of painted limestone of ''Ni-Ka-Re, his wife and their son'' (Probably from Saqqara, Fifth Dynasty)

Head of limestone statue of Khuwiwer Although incomplete due to damage, this face is realistically carved, with eyes that seem alive, even though they lack the precious stones and inlays that would. Ancient Egypt Art, Ancient History, Tudor History, British History, Egyptian Kings And Queens, Sculpture Head, Sculptures, Modern Egypt, Strange History

Head of limestone statue of Khuwiwer

Head of limestone statue of Khuwiwer Although incomplete due to damage, this face is realistically carved, with eyes that seem alive, even though they lack the precious stones and inlays that would...

Anthropoid Coffin of Iret-hor-irou. Ancient Egypt Art, Ancient History, Egypt Mummy, Egyptian Mummies, Japanese Dragon Tattoos, Egyptian Tattoo, Sacred Art, African American History, Stone Art

Egyptian Coffin

Anthropoid Coffin of Iret-hor-irou. Dynasty 30, 380 BC. Cedar with traces of polychrome. Legion of Honor

Queen Nefertiti ruled alongside Akhenaten during the eighteenth dynasty BC). Nefertiti means, “The beautiful one has arrived.” She lived in Tell El Amarna, a city constructed by the pharaoh to worship their god Aten. Ancient Beauty, Ancient Egyptian Art, Ancient History, Egyptian Things, Monuments, Queen Nefertiti, Egypt Art, Science Art, African American History

Nefertiti

The beautiful Queen Nefertiti was the wife of King Akhenaten. Her parents were not of royal blood, but they were related to the royal family in some way. Nefertiti supported her husband during his religious and social reforms. She moved with him to Akhetaten, or Tell el-Amarna. She appeared with Akhenaten in the ceremonial, ritual, and family scenes. She even appeared in traditional military campaign scenes where she can be seen smiting Egypt's enemies. One of their daughters, Meket-Aten…

Lower part of a royal head Period: New Kingdom, Amarna Period Dynasty: Dynasty 18 Date: ca. Geography: From Egypt, Middle Egypt, Amarna (Akhetaten); Amenhotep Iii, Ancient Egypt, Ancient History, Black History, Art History, History Facts, Egypt News, Artist Project, Ancient Civilizations

Lower part of a royal head | New Kingdom, Amarna Period | The Metropolitan Museum of Art

This lower part of a face represents a member of the Amarna royal family. The wide and full lips and the lack of lines in the face suggest one of the princesses is depicted.The fragment may have come from the Great Aten Temple, like so many others in the collection, but it might also have come from another site such as the Great Palace or the Small Aten Temple, or elsewhere