posted on Sep, 16 2006 @ 09:47 PM
I have seen enough proof that ancient Egypt was a cosmopolitan society, and that there were indeed black African royals and nobles entombed in Egypt.
There were apparently inter-racial couples as well. Though I only use that term for clarity, I still say one race. The Egyptians were not one
ethnicity, they were many, and they did not have any problem with marriages across the ethnicities. The mummies come in all types and degrees of
mixtures. I would say that if you wanted to find an 'average' skin tone and bone structure, it would likely be light brown. But that is only
because it is the middle. There were lighter and darker skinned Egyptians in significant numbers, as depicted in paintings. So, I guess I agree to
disagree on this, but I also want to say I am not saying Tut was 'black', I don't know. I just feel quite confident I could find proof that some
Egyptian royals were indeed 'black'. That is all I can say on this topic. I have said way too much already...