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1a 66 60-30BC Cleopatra and son Caesarion.JPG

1a 66 60-30BC Cleopatra and son Caesarion.JPG

1a 230 to 180 1st Cleopatra a Syrian princess married Pt~A1B.jpg

1a 230 to 180 1st Cleopatra a Syrian princess married Pt~A1B.jpg

1a 204 - 181 bc Egypt V Ptolemy V and Cleopatra 71st gg.jpg

1a 204 - 181 bc Egypt V Ptolemy V and Cleopatra 71st gg.jpg

The Egyptians as They Saw Themselves Diop noted that “Egyptians had only one term to designate themselves: KMT, which literally means ‘the Blacks.’ This is the strongest term existing in the Pharaonic tongue to indicate blackness.” He added: “The term is a collective noun which thus described the whole people of Pharaonic Egypt as a Black people.”

The Egyptians as They Saw Themselves Diop noted that “Egyptians had only one term to designate themselves: KMT, which literally means ‘the Blacks.’ This is the strongest term existing in the Pharaonic tongue to indicate blackness.” He added: “The term is a collective noun which thus described the whole people of Pharaonic Egypt as a Black people.”

1a 53 af146 Cleopatra taken from life on display in a museu~A72.JPG

1a 53 af146 Cleopatra taken from life on display in a museu~A72.JPG

Juba II, Mauretania. The son in law (posthumously) of Cleopatra

Juba II, Mauretania. The son in law (posthumously) of Cleopatra

1a 170 69th ggf Ptolemy VII VIII and Cleopatra III Thea.jpg

1a 170 69th ggf Ptolemy VII VIII and Cleopatra III Thea.jpg

1a 215 Cleopatra I Syria 215, 70th ggrandmother.jpg

1a 215 Cleopatra I Syria 215, 70th ggrandmother.jpg

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