Black People : Wow! The Knights of King arthur's Court was Black because...

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    asmith161718 Well-Known Member MEMBER

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    'Knight' refers to the color of their skin.

    The original “knights” of England were Black! --including the knights of King Arthur’s Round Table! That’s why they were called “knights” after the night or darkness of their skin.

    An African king named Gormund ruled Ireland during the Anglo-Saxon period in England reports the medieval historian Geoffrey of Monmouth.

    Halfdan the Black was the first Africoid king to unite Norway.

    When the British Isles were invaded by the Vikings some of these Norse raiders were Africoid. In fact, different varieties of ‘Viking’ Africans lived in Scandinavia during the middle ages and are frequently mentioned in Viking sagas.

    There were Black Huns! The dictionary describes the Huns as “a fierce barbaric race of Asiatic nomads who led by Attila, ravaged Europe I the 4th and 5th centuries A.D.” The Gothic writer Jordannes described their infamous leader, Attila the Hun as having “a flat nose and swarthy complexion.” He describes the types of Huns he had seen as “of dark complexion, almost black... broad shoulder, flat noses and small eyres.”
     
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    sorry not really goin with all of this - now first off black vikings - no problem at all - one of the viking princesses they dug up a few years back was black and the vikings had trade routes all over the place.... and black folk have turned up all over europe throughout history - the welsh name More for example means the same as Moor - but........

    the word Knight has nothin to do with night or darkness - in olde english it was spelt cniht - all over europe theres a similar word and it means servant or bondsmen - in other words similar to how a samurai was to a japanese lord - the word for night in olde english was niht and the olde english for dark was blaec

    thats not to say some english knights werent blaec - just the word itself aint the eveidence
     
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