Black Egyptians: The African Origins of Ancient Egypt (Hardback)



Black Egyptians, the book to solve the Ancient Egyptian race controversy. Comprising of 268 pages, 10 chapters, and 75k words the author presents a fascinating analysis of Ancient Egypt from the birth of humanity right through to the Arab conquest of Egypt. On the way you will explore topics such as extraterrestrial involvement with the pre-dynastic Egyptians, comparisons with African cultures, genetics, archaeology, anthropology, and the secrets of the Pyramids and the Sphinx. Written with a wealth of research and years in the making, this is a must read for all into black history and students of history.

ancient egypt, antiquities & archaeoology, black history, segun magbagbeola, History: North Africa, egypt, kemet, history, ancient greece, ancient rome, nuwaubu


Black Egyptians sets out to prove once and for all that Black Africans started and inhabited 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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Weight 0.38 kg
Dimensions 15.6 × 23.4 cm


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