havent' read all the thread but I couldn't find '"enbp", so I presume this link hasn't been posted yet : A rebuttal to Afrocentric exaggerations about a "black" ancient Egypt * Physical Anthropology * Genetics * "Black" Africans in Egyptian Art * Other pictures * Ancient Testimony * FAQ (upcoming) * References Nubia wasn't always Egypt's vassal state.As Twodee stated in some eras they were trading partners, in others Egypt was Nubia's vassal, in others they were at war with each other.I have yet to see two neighboring civilizations at any time in history share the same diplomatic relationship for over 3,000 years. Remember black Africans didn't have the wheel I doubt they traveled far from home.In ancient times people had a tendency to stay where they were planted so all these theories of massive mixing because of proximity don't really wash.If indeed they were any part negro it wasn't what made their civilization, especially when you look at how backwards the rest of black Africa was/is the further you get from the white civilizations of the Near East.See mixing is not correlative to proximity, but cultural trading and influence is. Remember black Africans didn't have the wheel I doubt they traveled far from home.You seriously believe that two ancient civilizations that bordered one another had absolutely no effect on each other population-wise?Also was there some invisible energy field that stopped black nubians from entering into Egypt?
Do you seriously believe that the ancient Egyptians were able to stop nubians from crossing their border and effecting the racial population of the Egyptians?Its pretty obvious from the picture that Aesops posted earlier that the Egyptians depicted themselves as a median between the white Syrians, and the black Nubians.Sorta like how mulattos are a median between white Europeans and Black Africans today. The point was that Egypt and Nubia's relationship varied from time to time.At some points Nubia was stronger, at others Egypt was stronger.Would you say that Alexander the Great's conquering of Egypt was less important because it took place 400 years after the Nubian invasion?See mixing is not correlative to proximity, but cultural trading and influence is.