The chariot and horse were introduced to Egypt by the Hyksos invaders in the 16th century BC. The historian Josephus maintains that the Hyksos were in fact the children of Jacob who joined his son Joseph to escape the famine (rapid climate change) in the land of Canaan 3600 years ago. There are various hypotheses as to the Hyksos ethnic identity. The origin of the term "Hyksos" derives from the Egyptian expression heka khasewet
"Passover for me now is still about the good fun of plagues, but it is also a stirring reminder of the tremendous gift of freedom. While I celebrate for all those who have been freed, I mourn for those beings, humans and non-humans, who are still not free." Peace!
África: as pessoas do Oeste Africano costa - Gabão, Guiné, Senegal ... Auguste Racinet, de Le traje historique (A história do traje) vol. 2, sob a direção de A. Racinet, Paris, seis volumes publicados entre 1877 e 1886.