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Royal Tombs Unearthed in Greece Proof of African Influence

Archaeologists have discovered two royal tombs in Greece containing jewellery and artefacts dating back more than 3,000 years. The finds include a gold ring depicting bulls flanked by sheaves of barley and a pendant showing the Kemetic (ancient Egyptian) goddess Hathor. The US researchers say their discovery will provide new clues about early Mycenaean trade …

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Ancient Egypt: 7 Racist Principles Used to Turn Kemet White

​The Greatest Secret Egyptology is defined as the study of pharaonic Egypt, spanning the period c. 4500 BCE to CE 641. Egyptology began when the scholars accompanying Napoleon Bonaparte’s invasion of Egypt (1798–1801) published Description de l’Égypte (1809–28), which made large quantities of source material about Kemet available to Europeans. And as we can see here, it was at the origin, a study …

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Ancient Egypt: Earliest Royal Inscriptions Discovered in Nubia!

A team of Egyptian archaeologists discovered the earliest royal inscriptions in Wadi Abu Subeira near Aswan. The inscriptions have been found in the eastern desert, northeast of Aswan. It dates back to the Neolithic age, which means that it belongs to the Predynastic period of Kemet. The predynastic period spans the period from the earliest …

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A Real Archaeologist Reacts to Egyptology Reality-TV Shows

The opening of three Egyptian sarcophagi, or stone coffins, shown live on an American reality-TV program, created a sensation on some social-media and news outlets. For many archaeologists and heritage specialists around the world — and especially those in Egypt — the episode raises serious questions and concerns.  Archaeology as a discipline and Egypt as …

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The Hyksos May Have Conquered Lower Kemet Without Invading it

The Hyksos, this name is known by all the Kemet’s enthusiasts. These mysterious people who invaded the northern part of Kemet. They were a confederacy of nomad Semitic tribes, possibly from Western Asia and they were known from the Kemites as Aamu, but also as Aat-t which means invaders, plague bearers or rebels. Most scholars …

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Ancient Egypt: African Scholars Debunk The Latest Genetic Studies

In 2017, a team of scholars suggested, based largely on the results of an ancient DNA study of later period remains from northern Egypt, that the ‘ancient Egyptians’ (AE) as an entity came from Asia (the Near East, NE), and that modern Egyptians “received additional sub-Saharan African (SSA) admixtures in recent times” after the latest …

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Ancient Egypt: New Queen discovered in a 5th dynasty Tomb

An Egyptian archaeological mission has discovered the tomb of a Fifth Dynasty dignitary named Khuwy during an excavation and documentation survey carried out in south Saqqara, and has also discovered the name of the queen to whom a pyramid complex in the area belonged. The tomb consists of a superstructure with an L-shaped offering chamber, …

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Ancient Egypt: Medu Neter Inscriptions Found at a Mining Site

Archaeologists have uncovered more than 100 ancient inscriptions carved into rock at Wadi el-Hudi, where the ancient Egyptians mined amethyst. In addition to the carved-rock inscription, the researchers also found 14 stele (inscriptions carved on a stone slab or pillar) and 45 ostraca (inscriptions written on pieces of pottery). Analysis of the newfound inscriptions is underway. So …

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