Black People : Pharaoh Rameses II....Facial Reconstruction...

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  1. DreamFunk

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    And used them to build the pyramids...
     
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    boy, Ramses, look a lil like Huggy Bear (Antonio Fargas).
     
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    Nooooooo!!!....you dont build pyramids with slave labor...and which pyramids.....the Great Pyramid supposedly dates back to the 4th/5th dynasty (~ 2550 BC), the Hebrews were supposedly in Egypt around the 18th/19th dynasty (~1350)...
     
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    Redheaded Berber Pharaoh, Ramses II
    28 February 2006
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    Pharaoh Ramses II (of the 19th Dynasty), is generally considered to be the most powerful and influential King that ever reigned in Egypt. He is one of the few rulers who has earned the epithet "the Great". Subsequently, his racial origins are of extreme interest.

    In 1975, the Egyptian government allowed the French to take Ramesses’ mummy to Paris for conservation work. Numerous other tests were performed, to determine Ramses’ precise racial affinities, largely because the Senegalese scholar Cheikh Anta Diop, was claiming at the time that Ramesses was black. Once the work had been completed, the mummy was returned in a hermetically sealed casket, and it has remained largely hidden from public view ever since, concealed in the bowels of the Cairo Museum. The results of the study were published in a lavishly illustrated work, which was edited by L. Balout, C. Roubet and C. Desroches-Noblecourt, and was titled La Momie de Ramsès II: Contribution Scientifique à l’Égyptologie (1985).

    Professor P. F. Ceccaldi, with a research team behind him, studied some hairs which were removed from the mummy’s scalp. Ramesses II was 90 years-old when he died, and his hair had turned white. Ceccaldi determined that the reddish-yellow colour of the mummy’s hair had been brought about by its being dyed with a dilute henna solution; it proved to be an example of the cosmetic attentions of the embalmers. However, traces of the hair’s original colour (in youth), remain in the roots, even into advanced old age. Microscopic examinations proved that the hair roots contained traces of natural red pigments, and that therefore, during his youth, Ramses II had been red-haired...." http://www.north-of-africa.com/article.php3?id_article=210
     
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    I'll be looking for some more on this.


    Supposedly, the tomb of some of his sons has been discovered also.

    It has been claimed that Amun-her Khepeshef is one of his sons.



     
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    Truth be told

    I don't care what they reconstruct

    Son of Light is what Ramose means

    And Pharaoh Ramose led the Battle of Kadesh

    They don't need to tell us anything about Egypt

    Egypt left her mark on this world, and King Ramose was a great warrior, like his Father Seti I

    Egypt lived in peace under his rule, and I bow to my ancestors :bowdown:, who knew full well what CIVILIZATION was

    Subjection to an Egyptian Pharoah did not allow for slavery, because a Pharaoh's first duty was to honor Ma'at, and his queen there to always remind him of her rule

    You can see that at Abu Simbel

    He diefied Nefertari, and was gonna go to war for Queen Iset

    Peace to the God Ramose, born Son of the Light

    Ase
     
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