Posted - 22 Dec 2011 : 19:35:19
SENEWEB NEWS 22 DECEMBER 2011 ON SENEGAL PRESIDENTIAL ELECTIONS;
"Tribute to Black last Pharaoh Cheikh Anta Diop
Born December 29, 1923 at Thieytou in the Diourbel in Senegal, Cheikh Anta Diop, nicknamed the Black Pharaoh was the first to link the ancient Egyptians and black Africa, in his thesis on La Negrita of the ancient Egyptians in 1951. He was also one of the first to argue that Africa is the cradle of humanity. Analysis of the epidermis of the mummies were always rejected him despite the scientific research and publications.Ce scholar, who is both physicist, chemist, archaeologist and historian showed that there 'were similarities lingistiques, cultural and anthropological between ancient Egyptian and Black African, based on scientific research but also historical, on the works of Herodotus, Diodorus and Volney.
He also created at the University of Dakar, which will be later called the University Cheikh Anta Diop (UCAD), the first laboratory African archaeological dating of fossil carbon 14, which has long run. He conducted tests of melanin on Egyptian mummies, which confirmed his thesis. It also shows that Egyptian culture was a negro by the interpretation of anthropological and archaeological data. This research led him to establish that African languages #8203;#8203;were related to each other and genetically related to the ancient Egyptian. They are not, as we believe the colon was Western vernacular languages. Similarly, the majority of the pharaohs were black.
Contrary to what the West wants to establish, hieroglyphics, were invented by blacks he has about 6000 years. Negro-Egyptian civilization was 2600 years old and is considered one of the most brilliant civilizations. Similarly, the 200,000-year history of modern man, the black man made the most inventions IFIS, because its mutation in human white or yellow has not realized that recently. "Those who invented nothing" as suggested by some theories, have invented everything."
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Edited by - kobo on 22 Dec 2011 19:37:43