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a few things Afrocentric websites omit...


Hemiunu, overseer of the construction of the Great Pyramid of Khufu


A younger Hemiunu


reserve_head.jpg (14241 bytes)Limestone reserve head from Dynasty IV


scribe.jpg (18508 bytes)Head of a seated scribe, Dynasty V


Bust of Nefertiti


stela-antef copy.jpg (25441 bytes) Rahotep and Nofret, and the stela of Antef: a common convention in Egyptian art was to paint males a coppery hue and women pale.  Such a convention would hardly make sense if the Egyptians were as Afrocentrists often claim as black as Somalis or Ethiopians.


ramses_iii.jpg (45972 bytes) Light skin coloring, as seen on the three gods on the left, is found often in Egyptian papyrus art.  However, the peculiarly white skin of Ramses III on the right is unusual.


Ranofer, priest of the temples of Ptah and Sokar


offering.jpg (24073 bytes)Woman carrying offering


nikare2.jpg (16676 bytes)Nikare, an Old Kingdom official


Nefertari, wife of Ramses II


Ramses II mummy


Yuya mummy