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akshar
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Wow I havent been here for years. Nice to see the spam has gone, any other oldies still here?

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you should actually be amazed these same pathetic people with no lives after so many years are still here rehashing the same pseudohistory.


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Wow I havent been here for years. Nice to see the spam has gone, any other oldies still here?


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@ real tawk, true, but a couple of the old posters modified their Afrocentric views from a "hard" to "weak" Afrocentrism. The "weak" Afrocentrism accepts ancient Egyptians were not Sub-Saharan Africans (but North/Saharan Africans), however they still call Saharan Africans "black" to desperately try to attach themselves to ancient Egyptian civilization. Also they downplay the Levantine biological links to Lower Egyptians.
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Originally posted by JoshuaConnerMoon:
@ real tawk, true, but a couple of the old posters modified their Afrocentric views from a "hard" to "weak" Afrocentrism. The "weak" Afrocentrism accepts ancient Egyptians were not Sub-Saharan Africans (but North/Saharan Africans), however they still call Saharan Africans "black" to desperately try to attach themselves to ancient Egyptian civilization. Also they downplay the Levantine biological links to Lower Egyptians.

LOL Aw gosh, silly euronut!


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“Pleistocene through to the Christian periods, reveals a break in population continuity between the Pleistocene (Jebel Sahaba) and the Final Neolithic (Gebel Ramlah, dating to the first half of the fifth millennium BC) samples. The dental traits from Jebel Sahaba align more closely with modern sub-Saharan populations, while Gebel Ramlah and later align closer to Egypt specifically and to the Sahara in general.”
--Michael Brass

Reconsidering the emergence of social complexity in early Saharan pastoral societies, 5000 – 2500 B.C.


http://www.ncbi.nlm.nih.gov/pmc/articles/PMC3786551/


"however they still call Saharan Africans "black" to desperately try to attach themselves to ancient Egyptian civilization."

LOL SMH YOU DUMBASS!


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The Kingdom of Morocco

"Sanhaja, Masmoda, and Zenata are the three tribes constituting the Berbers ..."

http://www.embassyofmorocco.us/kingdom.htm


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ZENAGA (SANHAJA, SENAJER), a Berber tribe of southern Morocco who gave their name to Senegal, once their tribal home. They formed one of the tribes which, uniting under the leadership of Yusef bin Tashfin, crossed the Sahara and gave a dynasty to Morocco and Spain, namely, that of the Almoravides (q.v.). The Zeirid dynasty which supplanted the Fatimites in the Maghrib and founded the city of Algiers was also of Zenaga origin. The Zenaga dialect of Berber is spoken in southern Morocco and on the banks of the lower Senegal, largely by the negro population.

--Originally appearing in Volume V28, Page 967 of the 1911 Encyclopedia Britannica.
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