Tuesday 12 December 2023

AFRICAN HISTORY

“Evidence of the oldest recognizable monarchy in human history, preceding the rise of the earliest Egyptian kings by several generations, was discovered in artifacts from ancient Nubia now Sudan 🇸🇩 in Africa.

The discovery is expected to stimulate a new appraisal of the origins of civilization in Africa, raising the question of to what extent later Kemetic (Egyptian) culture may have derived its advanced political structure from the Nubian.

The various symbols of Nubian royalty that have been found are the same as those associated, in later times, with Egyptian kings…

The new findings suggest that the ancient Nubians may have reached this stage of political development as long ago as 3300 B.C., several generations before the earliest documented Kemet king…”

The Badarian culture provides the earliest direct evidence of agriculture in Upper Kemet during the Predynastic Era…

It flourished between 4400 and 4000 BC, and might have already emerged by 5000 BC…

The Tasian culture is possibly one of the oldest-known Predynastic culture in Upper Kemet, which evolved around 4500 BC…

“The Tarifian, Badarian and Tasian cultures of Middle and Upper Kemet have strong ties with the Nubian/Nilotic pastoral tradition, as can be inferred, for instance, by the very similar pottery, economy and settlement pattern and by the latest findings in the deserts surrounding the Kemetic Nile valley” (Gatto 2011b, 2012a, b, 2013).

SOURCE;

(Prehistory and Protohistory of Ancient Civilizations; 2015)

In other words, Predynastic Ancient Egyptians (4500 B.C.— 3100 B.C.) are more closely related to Nubians or Kushites…

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