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    Here the article… or you can look up the tomb of Mehu.
    https://www.cnn.com/travel/article/e...ica/index.html

    Oh look, your posting the most common statues used to represent Ancient Egypt on websites and ads, despite there being way more dark skin ones. Hell I wouldnt be surprised if some of them is washed out, just like this one.


    Dark skin statues







    And really, a facial reconstruction as evidence of skin tone? You do understand that the skin tone placed on these reconstructions aren't taken from evidence of actual light skin, it simply depends on what the person who is doing the reconstruction chooses. As far as facial reconstruction, it is not an exact science and there are a lot of guess work involved, especially in terms of skin color, nose shape, and lips. This is why there are drastically different reconstruction results for these mummies.
    Like so, compare this old Nerfertiti reconstruction to the new one.
    https://i.pinimg.com/originals/8d/93...318c5f79d2.jpg
    https://i.dailymail.co.uk/i/pix/2018...8187025259.jpg

    Or these older facial reconstructions of Tut to National Geographic.
    https://selfuni.files.wordpress.com/...1/king-tut.jpg
    https://selfuni.files.wordpress.com/...king-tut-2.jpg
    http://news.bbc.co.uk/2/hi/science/nature/2288952.stm

    http://guardians.net/hawass/Tut/imag...nch%20Team.jpg

    And getting away from skin tone for a moment, notice in your reconstruction you posted at the hair they put on her. Now come on, now how many other races go around with that hairdo. It doesn't even look right on her. The Ancient Egyptians wore locs, braids, and all kinds of hair extensions. What other population does that? I mean come on, when you look at these hair extensions, what group do you imagine it on?


    https://www.brooklynmuseum.org/openc...objects/186373

    That is one thing that is very uniquely black African, other than for a few isolated black populations in Asia. Majority of the people on this earth have straight hair of different textures. Our hair texture is much more curlier and kinkier than other races, growing up towards the sun versus down, and for us to wear it down it requires either heat, or we have to twist it. Because of the extra work involve, hair became much more significant for us as a community, and this is why there are so many different ways we style our hair, compared to others who tend to just wear it laying down. This holds true for the Ancient Egyptians and why their hairstyles tend to mirror those found on the African continent.




    Ancient Egyptian Wigs





    There has never been a civilization worthy of the name founded by blacks, and blacks have not even been able to retain the civilizations which have been created for them by whites ("white colonialism").
    If this helps you sleep better at night, go for it.

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    the ancient egyptian art is symbolic , it doesn't refer to there original color , the only time ancient egyptians portrayed there true color was in the so called "Fyoum portraits" which was PROVEN genetically to be real descendants of the earlier egyptians.
    There was dark skinned ancient egyptians but they were not looking alike mixed africans , they looked like dark skinned arabs
    or north africans , or dark skinned persian, nothing to do with africans.

    Minoans also used the same symbolic art as the egyptians , were the Minoans of greek the same color as the egyptians ?
    This is image of Minoans of greece

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    Quote Originally Posted by HabariTess View Post
    Here the article… or you can look up the tomb of Mehu.
    https://www.cnn.com/travel/article/e...ica/index.html

    Oh look, your posting the most common statues used to represent Ancient Egypt on websites and ads, despite there being way more dark skin ones. Hell I wouldnt be surprised if some of them is washed out, just like this one.


    Dark skin statues







    And really, a facial reconstruction as evidence of skin tone? You do understand that the skin tone placed on these reconstructions aren't taken from evidence of actual light skin, it simply depends on what the person who is doing the reconstruction chooses. As far as facial reconstruction, it is not an exact science and there are a lot of guess work involved, especially in terms of skin color, nose shape, and lips. This is why there are drastically different reconstruction results for these mummies.
    Like so, compare this old Nerfertiti reconstruction to the new one.
    https://i.pinimg.com/originals/8d/93...318c5f79d2.jpg
    https://i.dailymail.co.uk/i/pix/2018...8187025259.jpg

    Or these older facial reconstructions of Tut to National Geographic.
    https://selfuni.files.wordpress.com/...1/king-tut.jpg
    https://selfuni.files.wordpress.com/...king-tut-2.jpg
    http://news.bbc.co.uk/2/hi/science/nature/2288952.stm

    http://guardians.net/hawass/Tut/imag...nch%20Team.jpg

    And getting away from skin tone for a moment, notice in your reconstruction you posted at the hair they put on her. Now come on, now how many other races go around with that hairdo. It doesn't even look right on her. The Ancient Egyptians wore locs, braids, and all kinds of hair extensions. What other population does that? I mean come on, when you look at these hair extensions, what group do you imagine it on?


    https://www.brooklynmuseum.org/openc...objects/186373

    That is one thing that is very uniquely black African, other than for a few isolated black populations in Asia. Majority of the people on this earth have straight hair of different textures. Our hair texture is much more curlier and kinkier than other races, growing up towards the sun versus down, and for us to wear it down it requires either heat, or we have to twist it. Because of the extra work involve, hair became much more significant for us as a community, and this is why there are so many different ways we style our hair, compared to others who tend to just wear it laying down. This holds true for the Ancient Egyptians and why their hairstyles tend to mirror those found on the African continent.




    Ancient Egyptian Wigs







    If this helps you sleep better at night, go for it.

    yeah no straight hair in egypt...





    Now compare this with a nubian mummy :



    That's how black people were represented and as you can see everything is different :











    Now egyptians :












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    Quote Originally Posted by Game Theory View Post
    The people who painted the tomb were Afrocentrists from the future who traveled back in time to paint the tomb.
    Look at this negroid (clearly caucasian facial shape and cranial shape) :





    Those mummies would have been from what ? That is not part of the height of Egyptian civilization when it was not in major decline. The mummy(ies) sequenced from 1,388 BCE when Egypt was at it's height and glory was (were) not black.

    Look at it like this. The priestly caste of Egypt and Sumeria were mathematicians carving out geometric plots of land after the annual flooding, predict eclipses to wow the peasants, to build pyramids and to make geometric containers for grains. Yet, to this day there no black Fields medal winners ! There have been some Arab , NorthEast Asian, and Indian mathematicians of note but no black. Euclid and Pythogoras got their ideas for math from Egypt etc... and some would argue the most important mathematician was Gauss a German. So , without any notable black mathematicians since antiquity to the current day how are we supposed to believe blacks were part of the priestly caste of Egypt ? It is super far fetched being good at basketball and rap does not equate to theorem solving Nukka !

    Andrew Wiles solved Fermat's last theorem look how black he is ! :

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