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Header: Queen Tiye, 18th Dynasty, Egypt. (ca. 1391 BCE.) Egyptian Museum. Berlin, Germany.

Top row: (1) Sesostris (Sensusret I). (2) Mentuhotep I. (3) Sarcophagus. (4) Amarna queen.

Bottom row: (1) Mentuhotep II, 11th Dynasty. (2) Queen Nefertari. (3) Nymare Amenemhat III, 12th Dynasty. (4) Sahure, 5th Dynasty.

This painting from the tomb of Ramses III (1200 B.C.E.) shows that the Egyptians saw themselves as Blacks, and painted themselves as such without possible confusion with the Indo-Europeans or the Semites. It is a representation of the races in their most minute differences, which insures the accuracy of the attire and their complexions. Throughout their entire history the Egyptians never entertained the fantasy of portraying themselves by types B or D.

Images above: (1) Amenemhat I, 12th dynasty. (2) One of the wives of King Mentuhotep II, Dynasty 11. (3) Amenhotep III, 18th Dynasty. (4) King Huni, 3rd Dynasty.

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