Europe (Ancient Rome) Conquered by Africans
That Accounts for Red Haired People
& The Dark-Skinned People with Nappy Hair
It started with the Moors in Rome--Septimus Severus
Black rulership of the Roman Empire begins in 193 A.D. with African born, Roman Emperor Septimus Severus. There were four other Black emperors after the Severus dynasty.
Hannibal, the father of military strategy, performed the astounding feat of crossing the Alps on elephants in 218 B.C. With only 26,000 of his original force of 82,000 troops remaining, Hannibal defeated Rome, the mightiest military power of the age, who had a million men, in every battle for the next fifteen years. His tactics are still taught in leading military academies of the U.S., Europe & other lands.
The original “knights” of England were Black! --including the knights of King Arthur’s Round Table! That’s why they were called “knights” after the night or darkness of their skin.
An African king named Gormund ruled Ireland during the Anglo-Saxon period in England reports the medieval historian Geoffrey of Monmouth.
Halfdan the Black was the first Africoid king to unite Norway.
When the British Isles were invaded by the Vikings some of these Norse raiders were Africoid. In fact, different varieties of ‘Viking’ Africans lived in Scandinavia during the middle ages and are frequently mentioned in Viking sagas.
There were Black Huns! The dictionary describes the Huns as “a fierce barbaric race of Asiatic nomads who led by Attila, ravaged Europe I the 4th and 5th centuries A.D.” The Gothic writer Jordannes described their infamous leader, Attila the Hun as having “a flat nose and swarthy complexion.” He describes the types of Huns he had seen as “of dark complexion, almost black... broad shoulder, flat noses and small eyres.”
The African Moors dominated southwest Europe during the Middle Ages for 700 years: 711-1492 A.D. African Moors ruling southwest Europe centuries, darkened whites in this area, especially Portal, which was “the first example of a Negrito (African) republic in Europe?"
Moors ruling Scotland in the 10th century mixed with whites until the black skin color disappeared.
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Charlotte Sophia - Wife
King George III - England
Black Celts (Silures) & Black Vikings vexed with the Scandinavia people. A prominent Viking of the eleventh century was Thorhall, who was aboard the ship that carried the early Vikings to the shores of North America. Thorhall was "the huntsman in summer and in winter the steward of Eric the Red. He was a large man and strong, black, and like a giant, silent, and foul-mouthed in his speech, and always egged on Eric to the worst; he was a bad Christian."
Another Viking, more notable than Thorhall, was Earl Thorfinn, "the most distinguished of all the earls in the Islands." Thorfinn ruled over nine earldoms in Scotland and Ireland, and died at the age of seventy-five. His widow married the king of Scotland. Thorfinn was described as "one of the largest men in point of stature, and ugly, sharp featured, and somewhat tawny, and the most martial looking man. It has been related that he was the foremost of all his men."
The black blood type is common even in Nordic Europe where intermixing has been happening since antiquity.
Black slavery lasted in England for about 400 years (1440-1834), during which time much intermixing occurred.
CHRONOLOGY OF AFRICANS IN EUROPE
The Venus of Willendorf figurines are some of the oldest carvings in Europe. Dating back to the Upper Paleolithic, around 32,000 BC, they are found in countries such as Austria and France.
The ancient Mediterranean has long been home to Africans. In ancient Greece Africans figured prominently into many aspects of society and contact between the two groups was frequent. Black types can be found as early as Minoan Crete and are mentioned frequently in later Grecian writings. The Greek historian Herodotus stated, "Almost all of the names of the gods came into Greece from Egypt...The Egyptians were the first to introduce solemn assemblies, processions, and litanies to the gods, all of which the Greeks were taught to use." The relationship of several Greek deities to African deities has long been noted. Examples include the following: Athena to Neith; Hermes to Thoth; Hesphatus to Ptah. It is also Herodotus who tells us of the legend which lists the Egyptian king Sewosret (Seosteris I, II, or III) as the colonizer of Greece and founder of Athens.
By 1507 there were numerous Moors at the Court of King James IV of Scotland. One of them was "Helenor in the Court Accounts, possibly Ellen More, who reached Edinburgh by way of the port of Leith and acted a principal role in 'the turnament of the black knight and the black lady,' in which the king of Scotland played the part of the black knight." Ellen More incidentally is also called "Black Elen." There were at least two other Black Moorish women of the royal court who held positions of some status as they are said to have held maidservants and expensive gowns. There is also mention of a "Nageir the More." In 1501 one of the King's Minstrels was Peter the Moryen or Moor who is described as Black. Frederick II (1197-1250), of the Hohenstaufen dynasty, maintained a close relationship with the remaining Moors in Sicily. A descendant of the Black Moors ruled Spain for 700 years.
The term Hyksos has come to refer to the whole of these people who ruled Egypt during the Second Intermediate Period of Egypt's ancient history, and had to be driven out of the land by the last ruler of the 17th Dynasty and the earliest ruler of Egypt's New Kingdom.
ABOUT two thousand years before Christ, Egypt was conquered by the invasion of a nomadic horde from Asia, whom the native Egyptians afterward called in hate and derision the Hyksos or "shepherd kings." These Hyksos ruled for four centuries without ever becoming really united with the Egyptians. The power of the invaders was constantly recruited by the coming of other Asiatic nomads, whom they naturally welcomed as allies. Most celebrated of these additions to their number was that of the "children of Israel."
Kassites? Aramaeans? Amorites? Hapiru?
The five Midianite kings of the five cities were
relationships between Mediterranean populations determined by HLA allele
distribution and a historic perspective
Example: The Ethiopian Jews are Haplogroup A at 41%. This haplogroup is the earliest human haplogroups of people living on Earth. These men are the closest to ADAM. The Bible suggests in Genesis [Hebrew=Bereshith] and elsewhere that Eden was along the Nile River. Therefore, it would make sense that this earliest Y chromosome haplogroup would be found in Sudan and Egypt.
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