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Africa Ruled The World For 15,000 Years & Civilized Mankind

In ancient times, the Oracle of Amon at Siwah was the most celebrated, and Heliopolis, Memphis, and Thebes, were representatives of the best of Egyptian civilization and culture.  Thebes, a beautiful city on the Nile had the Grand Temples, and as the governing...

QUEEN BARAMPARAYE OF BURUNDI

Queen Baramparaye was the last both Queen consort and Queen mother of Burundi. Born in 1929, she married her husband late King Mwambutsa iv of Burundi in 1946 at the young age of 18 as his second wife. Mwabutsa iv was firstly married to Queen Therese Kanyonga who he...

Veteran’s Mic Muted While Speaking About Black People’s Role In Memorial Day

RetiredArmyLt. Col. Barnard Kemter’s mic was cut while he was talking about the role formerly enslaved Blacks played in the creation of Memorial Day — Screenshot via HCTV video An army veteran who was invited to speak at a ceremony to commemorate Memorial Day...

Oldest evidence of human activity unearthed in African cave

The cave had been occupied for nearly two million years up until the early 1900s — intriguing researchers about its value Canadian and Israeli researchers have unearthed the earliest evidence of human occupation in a cave, dating back about two million years until...

THE HIMBA TRIBE

Himba tribe is indigenous to Kunene Region (formerly Kaokoland) in northern Namibia and southern Angola. Himba tribe is perhaps best known for coloring their hair and bodies with a red color paste (otjize), which is considered a sign of beauty. The otjize mixture is a...

Tribes in Africa

Red costumes, ochre-coloured hair and brightly-coloured headgear. These are just some of the characteristics of the different African tribes. And just as they look different, they have different traditions, too. Some tribes have distinctive spitting rituals, others...

Life and Death of Egyptian Queen Tiye, Mother of Akhenaten and Grandmother of King Tut

Queen Tiye’s family and early life Also known as Taia, Tiy or Tiyi, Queen Tiye was born in 1398 BC. The father; Yuya, was a provincial priest in the town of Akhmim and also acted as a commander of the royal chariots. He owned a large chunk of land and was considered...

Egypt: Ancient mummies paraded through the streets of Cairo in historic display

Ancient mummies of Egypt’s royal pharaohs emerged from their resting places Saturday and were paraded through the streets of Cairo to a new home. What sounds like the plot of a movie was part of a lavish celebration of Egypt’s history and a project to relocate some of...

THE BUSHMEN OF THE KALAHARI .

The indigenous people of Southern Africa, whose homeland covers much of Botswana, South Africa, Zimbabwe, Lesotho, Mozambique, Namibia, Swaziland and Angola, are often also known as Bushmen or the San people. They are traditionally nomadic hunters and...

THE MANDINKA TRIBE

The Mandinka (also known as the Mandingo and Malinke, among other names) are a West African people spread across parts of Guinea, Ivory Coast, Mali, Senegal, the Gambia and Guinea-Bissau. With a global population of some 11 million, the Mandinka are the best-known...

WHY PYRAMIDS WERE CONSTRUCTED

PYRAMIDS, TYPE OF PYRAMIDS, WHAT IS PYRAMID?  Pyramid is specially one building of  stone and a symbol of Royal tomb of ancient Egypt which shows the hidden culture and  hidden treasure of Egypt.  All pyramids are not in the list of seven...
QUEEN BARAMPARAYE OF BURUNDI

QUEEN BARAMPARAYE OF BURUNDI

Queen Baramparaye was the last both Queen consort and Queen mother of Burundi. Born in 1929, she married her husband late King Mwambutsa iv of Burundi in 1946 at the young age of 18 as his second wife. Mwabutsa iv was firstly married to Queen Therese Kanyonga who he...

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THE HIMBA TRIBE

THE HIMBA TRIBE

Himba tribe is indigenous to Kunene Region (formerly Kaokoland) in northern Namibia and southern Angola. Himba tribe is perhaps best known for coloring their hair and bodies with a red color paste (otjize), which is considered a sign of beauty. The otjize mixture is a...

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Tribes in Africa

Tribes in Africa

Red costumes, ochre-coloured hair and brightly-coloured headgear. These are just some of the characteristics of the different African tribes. And just as they look different, they have different traditions, too. Some tribes have distinctive spitting rituals, others...

read more
THE MANDINKA TRIBE

THE MANDINKA TRIBE

The Mandinka (also known as the Mandingo and Malinke, among other names) are a West African people spread across parts of Guinea, Ivory Coast, Mali, Senegal, the Gambia and Guinea-Bissau. With a global population of some 11 million, the Mandinka are the best-known...

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THE BABYLONES

THE BABYLONES

Perhaps because of the crisis that Egypt was going through or perhaps because man does not live on chicken alone, the fact is that at this point the people of Babylon burst into history, which up to that moment had enjoyed themselves in their lustful isolation,...

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THE AWAKENING OF THE PHARAOHS

THE AWAKENING OF THE PHARAOHS

We left Egypt in a lethal torpor, the doing nothing of the pharaohs who have succeeded in recent years and rightly forgotten by history as well as the laziness that had taken over both the pharaohs and his subjects, had given way to the arrival of the terrible Hyksos...

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THE HIMBA TRIBE

THE HIMBA TRIBE

Himba tribe is indigenous to Kunene Region (formerly Kaokoland) in northern Namibia and southern Angola. Himba tribe is perhaps best known for coloring their hair and bodies with a red color paste (otjize), which is considered a sign of beauty. The otjize mixture is a...

read more
Tribes in Africa

Tribes in Africa

Red costumes, ochre-coloured hair and brightly-coloured headgear. These are just some of the characteristics of the different African tribes. And just as they look different, they have different traditions, too. Some tribes have distinctive spitting rituals, others...

read more
THE MANDINKA TRIBE

THE MANDINKA TRIBE

The Mandinka (also known as the Mandingo and Malinke, among other names) are a West African people spread across parts of Guinea, Ivory Coast, Mali, Senegal, the Gambia and Guinea-Bissau. With a global population of some 11 million, the Mandinka are the best-known...

read more
THE BABYLONES

THE BABYLONES

Perhaps because of the crisis that Egypt was going through or perhaps because man does not live on chicken alone, the fact is that at this point the people of Babylon burst into history, which up to that moment had enjoyed themselves in their lustful isolation,...

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The Egyptian Dream Book

The Egyptian Dream Book

Do you believe that dreams can foretell the future? If you do, then you are not alone. The divination of dreams, or oneiromancy as it is also called, has its roots in the ancient world. For instance, in the Book of Genesis, joseph, the son of the Jewish Patriarch,...

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MALCOLM X (1925-1965)

MALCOLM X (1925-1965)

Malcolm X, one of the most influential African American leaders of the 20th Century, was born Malcolm Little in Omaha, Nebraska on May 19, 1925 to Earl Little, a Georgia native and itinerant Baptist preacher, and Louise Norton Little who was born in the West Indian...

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The Great Ashanti Empire

The Great Ashanti Empire

The Great Ashanti Empire was a pre-colonial West African express that arose in the seventeenth century in what is currently Ghana. The Ashanti or Asante was an ethnic subgroup of the Akan-talking individuals and was made out of little chiefdoms. The Ashanti set up...

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SONGHAI EMPIRE (CA. 1375-1591)

SONGHAI EMPIRE (CA. 1375-1591)

The Songhai Empire was the largest and last of the three major pre-colonial empires to emerge in West Africa.  From its capital at Gao on the Niger River, Songhai expanded in all directions until it stretched from the Atlantic Ocean (modern Senegal and Gambia) to what...

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