Egypt: Child of Africa

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Ivan Van Sertima
Transaction Publishers, 1994 - Social Science - 484 pages
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Topics covered include African origins of ancient Egyptian civilizations, the racial identity of ancient Egyptian populations, the persistence of racial myths in physical anthropological theory, the seven hermetic principles of ancient Egypt, the myth of the Mediterranean race, and the problem of the Bernal-Davidson School.

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About the author (1994)

Ivan Van Sertima (1935-2009) was professor of African studies at Rutgers University. He was visiting professor at Princeton University and lectured at more than one hundred colleges and universities. He edited the Journal of African Civilizations, which has greatly changed the way in which African history and culture are taught and studied.

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