University of Cambridge’s Fitzwilliam Museum states that ancient Egypt was in fact the “land of black” African people

University of Cambridge’s Fitzwilliam Museum states that ancient Egypt was in fact the land of black African people

There have been many people around the world who have asked the question…”Were the ancient Egyptians black?” The answer to that is simply, YES.   The University of Cambridge- Fitzwilliam Museum’s Virtual Kemet states the following: “Kemet : the Black Land”

‘KEMET: the Black Land’ tour offers vivid glimpses into many aspects of life in ancient Kemet. There are around 1200 objects illustrating the history of Kemet that are divided into 3 main tours:
People in Ancient Kemet, Nubia and Sudan; The Religion & Daily Life Gallery; The Funerary Gallery

Fitzwilliam Museum website

People in Ancient Kemet, Nubia and Sudan; The Religion & Daily Life Gallery; The Funerary Gallery
http://www.fitzmuseum.cam.ac.uk/dept/ant/egypt/kemet/virtualkemet/

Kemet
http://www.fitzmuseum.cam.ac.uk/dept/ant/egypt/kemet/

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University of Cambridge
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The University of Cambridge has more than 18,000 students from all walks of life and all corners of the world, nearly 9,000 staff, 31 Colleges and 150 Departments, Faculties, Schools and other institutions.

Fitzwilliam Museum’s s Virtual Kemet | University of Cambridge
Fitzwilliam Museum
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Fitzwilliam Museum

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Video: Treasures of the Fitzwilliam Museum
Cambridge University’s Fitzwilliam Museum houses a world famous collection of art and antiquities.

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Images from native black ruled Ancient Kemet
Egypt was ruled by native black skinned Africans prior to the conquest by the European Greek Alexander the Great. It was subsequently ruled by the Persians, Greek Ptolemaic Kings and Romans.

Here’s brief view of the change in how Egyptians looked before invasion and after invasion. As well as the Nubian Dynasty (Kushite Empire).

Early Dynastic Period 3100–2686 BCE
Old Kingdom 2686–2181 BCE
1st Intermediate Period 2181–2055 BCE
Middle Kingdom 2055–1650 BCE
2nd Intermediate Period 1650–1550 BCE
New Kingdom 1550–1069 BCE
3rd Intermediate Period 1069–664 BCE
Late Period 664–332 BCE
Achaemenid Egypt 525–332 BCE

Ancient Egypt Timeline

Ancient Egypt

Ancient Egypt Timeline

Egypt

Queen Tiye

 Tutankhamun

Tutankhamun

Tutankhamun

Tutankhamun

Tutankhamun

Tutankhamun

Images from foreign ruled Ancient Egypt

Ptolemy I Soter
Ptolemy I Soter

Ancient Egypt

Ancient Egypt

Ancient Egypt

Ancient Egypt

Ancient Egypt

Ancient Egypt

Ancient Egypt

Ancient Egypt

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