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Thread: Ancient Zimbabwean genomes show North and Northeast African affinity and significant Eurasian admixture85 days old

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    Quote Originally Posted by Reason1234 View Post
    The Lemba say their 'Jewish' ancestors came from Yemen via Ethiopia. Coincidentally the Sabaeans in Yemen built temples which were elliptical enclosures surrounded by high dry stone walls, made from rectangular stone blocks similar to Great Zimbabwe.

    Ma'rib temple, Yemen:




    Sirwah temple, Yemen:




    The 'herringbone' pattern along part of the main wall at GZ is also common in the architecture of Yemen, as are conical stone towers like that at GZ (which is, in contrast, unique in subsaharan africa)
    The Lemba elite are apparently belong to haplogroup T. They are definetly a long lost clan of Jews especially since they don't fall under the same brach the Somali T-M70 fall under so they can't be horners.

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    the Sabaeans are generally not considered to be Jews, but they were Semites, originally from the Levant, who had some Jewish-type beliefs and practices. They're also associated with the queen of Sheba.

    Judaism evolved over time like any religion.
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    god damn you xD

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    Quote Originally Posted by Reason1234 View Post
    The Lemba say their 'Jewish' ancestors came from Yemen via Ethiopia. Coincidentally the Sabaeans in Yemen built temples which were elliptical enclosures surrounded by high dry stone walls, made from rectangular stone blocks similar to Great Zimbabwe.

    Ma'rib temple, Yemen:




    Sirwah temple, Yemen:




    The 'herringbone' pattern along part of the main wall at GZ is also common in the architecture of Yemen, as are conical stone towers like that at GZ (which is, in contrast, unique in subsaharan africa)
    Quote Originally Posted by Reason1234 View Post
    the Sabaeans are generally not considered to be Jews, but they were Semites, originally from the Levant, who had some Jewish-type beliefs and practices. They're also associated with the queen of Sheba.

    Judaism evolved over time like any religion.
    The Queen of Sheba and Great Zimbabwe connection BS. Really!?
    There is no end to your dishonesty.

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