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Africa's Golden Past

Queeen Tiye 18th Dynasty Kemet
She is the mother of Akhenaten and grandmother of Tutankhamun[Kemite]


Bennett Jr., Lerone. “The African Past: Exciting Discoveries Throw New Light on Dark Continent,” Ebony Magazine July 1961, Vol.26 No.9 pgs. 34-40

Clarke, John Henrik. “Africa in Early World History Long before Rome, Continent’s People Were Scientists, Scholars, Builders,” Ebony Magazine, August 1976, Vol. 31 No. 10, pgs. 125-128

Africa’s Golden Past Five Part Series

“Africa’s Golden Past Preview of a Dramatic Series”
Ebony Magazine October 1964 Vol.19, No.12 pgs. 28-38

“Africa’s Golden Past Part I: Life Could Have Begun in Kush,” by William Leo Hansberry and E. Harper Johnson Ebony Magazine November 1964, Vol. 20, No.1, pgs. 30 - 39

“Africa’s Golden Past Part II: Historical Facts Challenge Notion That Christianity is Religion of West,” by William Leo Hansberry and E. Harper Johnson Ebony Magazine, June 1965,Vol. 20, No. 3, pgs. 86 – 92

“Africa’s Golden Past Part III: Archaeological Finds Refute West’s ‘Dark Continent’ View,” by William Leo Hansberry and E. Harper Johnson Ebony Magazine February 1965, Vol. 20, No. 4, pgs. 62-68

“Africa’s Golden Past Part IV: Black Creativity Has Enriched Various Western Civilizations,” by William Leo Hansberry and E. Harper Johnson Ebony Magazine March 1965, Vol. 20, No.5 pgs. 70-78
  
“Africa’s Golden Past Part V: Queen of Sheba’s True Identity Confounds Historical Research,” by William Leo Hansberry and E. Harper Johnson Ebony Magazine April 1965, Vol. 20 No. 6, pgs 136 – 146
 


 

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