There is, in fact, considerable archaeological and anthropological evidence that ancient India was the source of ancient Egyptian civilization. The ancient black Indians, known as "Dravidians", (who in ancient times were also known by the Greeks and Egyptians as "Ethiopians") built and laid out ancient Egyptian civilization and, no doubt, in the process also mixed with their black brethren in Africa. The ancient Egyptians, themselves, admitted in their writings that they received their civilization and culture from the Ethiopians, another black "race".
Indian Origin of Egyptian Civilization
For centuries, Eurocentric scholars have rejected the idea that Ancient Egypt was formed and ruled by Black Africans.
Originally posted by kro32
reply to post by TheComte
Yes but for being the area where the human race started supposedly there is definetly a lack of great empires eminating from that part of the world.
I'm more of a history person than an anthropologist so perhaps someone else could shed some light on that. I believe it comes from the fact that the people in most of Africa remained hunter/gatherers far longer than the people who spread out to other areas of the world.
Well regarding the main point of this thread if it is indeed true that blacks were the rulers of Egypt than who were their slaves. Other blacks or the olive skinned people?