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    Quote Originally Posted by NassBean View Post
    Nope the second figure from the right is a syrian and the black one is a nubian not an amazigh. The Imazighen are the four guys with the berber tattoos
    There were no "Syrians" back then. "Syrian" is an euphemism for Canaanite.


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    Those Bronze Age samples are just red herrings to distract you from the actual arrivals of populations with Semitic ancestry. Don’t take the bait by focusing on the wrong samples, lol. He is passing off Bronze Age Levantines with no evidence of strong predynastic input, as “Semites“. This way, he can flip it around and say Proto-Semitic speakers and predynastics were more or less identical to the Bronze Age Levantines sampled so far.
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    @Semitic Duwa

    Wonder what the resident Proto-Semite has to say about this. I thought unmixed Egyptians were supposed to be Abusir with less/zero Chl?

    In your view, does this prove you wrong, or is it just a coincidence () that M1 is absent in one of the three subsamples from Abusir, and rare overall?

    And don’t change your signature now, please. I’m looking forward to you looking more and more incompetent as more aDNA is published. Wish there was a way to speed this up. But the extra wait and seeing you with your pants down every day, kinda has its own appeal, too.

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    Y’all check it out.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Semitic Duwa View Post
    There were no "Syrians" back then. "Syrian" is an euphemism for Canaanite.
    That's not what i've read about this pic..Canaanites lived further south

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    The new hosts of AFCON 2019. Even though the Egypt national football team made through with ease. I really had to think about posting this as some fools would say that I'm trying to take North Africa's accomplishments or some other dumb shit.

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    "Without doubt, Publius Cornelius, when you shall have a view of Africa from the sea, the reduction of your province of Spain will appear to you to have been a mere matter of sport and pastime." Titus-Livus, XXVIII,42

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    Egypt AFCON 2019 Squad


    Nickname – The Pharaohs (Egyptian Arabic: الفراعنة‎ El Phara'ena)

    Coach/Manager - Javier Aguirre


    1. GK Ahmed El Shenawy 14 May 1991


    2. DF Baher El Mohamady 1 November 1996


    3. DF Ahmed El Mohamady (captain) 9 September 1987


    4. DF Omar Gaber 30 January 1992


    5. MF Ali Ghazal 1 February 1992


    6. DF Ahmed Hegazi 25 January 1991


    7. MF Trézéguet 1 October 1994


    8. MF Tarek Hamed 24 October 1988


    9. FW Marwan Mohsen 26 February 1989


    10. FW Mohamed Salah 15 June 1992 *


    11. MF Walid Soliman 1 December 1984


    12. DF Ayman Ashraf 9 April 1991


    13. DF Ahmed Ayman Mansour 13 April 1994


    14. FW Ahmed Ali 21 May 1986


    15. DF Mahmoud Hamdy 1 June 1995


    16. GK Mohamed El Shenawy 18 December 1988


    17. MF Mohamed El Neny


    18. FW Ahmed Hassan Kouka 5 March 1993


    19. MF Abdallah El Said 13 July 1985


    20. DF Mahmoud Alaa 28 January 1991


    21. MF Nabil Emad 6 April 1996


    22. MF Amr Warda 17 September 1993


    23. GK Mahmoud Genesh 25 May 1987


    * = Players to look out for.

    Chances of Winning – They have the best chance to win the whole tourny. IMO

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    Quote Originally Posted by Iron Hand View Post
    Egypt AFCON 2019 Squad


    Nickname – The Pharaohs (Egyptian Arabic: الفراعنة‎ El Phara'ena)

    Coach/Manager - Javier Aguirre


    1. GK Ahmed El Shenawy 14 May 1991


    2. DF Baher El Mohamady 1 November 1996


    3. DF Ahmed El Mohamady (captain) 9 September 1987


    4. DF Omar Gaber 30 January 1992


    5. MF Ali Ghazal 1 February 1992


    6. DF Ahmed Hegazi 25 January 1991


    7. MF Trézéguet 1 October 1994


    8. MF Tarek Hamed 24 October 1988


    9. FW Marwan Mohsen 26 February 1989


    10. FW Mohamed Salah 15 June 1992 *


    11. MF Walid Soliman 1 December 1984


    12. DF Ayman Ashraf 9 April 1991


    13. DF Ahmed Ayman Mansour 13 April 1994


    14. FW Ahmed Ali 21 May 1986


    15. DF Mahmoud Hamdy 1 June 1995


    16. GK Mohamed El Shenawy 18 December 1988


    17. MF Mohamed El Neny


    18. FW Ahmed Hassan Kouka 5 March 1993


    19. MF Abdallah El Said 13 July 1985


    20. DF Mahmoud Alaa 28 January 1991


    21. MF Nabil Emad 6 April 1996


    22. MF Amr Warda 17 September 1993


    23. GK Mahmoud Genesh 25 May 1987


    * = Players to look out for.

    Chances of Winning – They have the best chance to win the whole tourny. IMO
    They have made it through to the 2nd Round of AFCON 2019. They face off against South Africa. Can the Pharaohs show their might against Bafana Bafana?

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    I love to see the type of energy and expertise that goes into traditional handmade items be they carvings, pottery, leather works weaving etc.



    Fair Trade Egypt has enabled Naqada Silk Weaving Project artisans to receive a steady income and bring a certain amount of financial stability to this predominantly rural part of the country. With additional wages, these artisans can improve their formal education and invest in their land. Sales from our Naqada scarve go directly towards providing the weavers with welfare benefits, to better their standard of living, and in hopes of reviving this historical craft.

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