Monday, December 28, 2009

The term "Greece' came from the Egyptian "N-G-R-C-I-A" "negrecia"
The Egyptians founded the first colonies in the Peloponeses (Greek Isles) between 4,000 to 2000 BC. Senusret Kekpere (Cecrops) founded the city of Athens and a number of settlements in both Greece and Rome were founed by Egyptians. In fact, it was Senusret who also founded a colony of thousands of Egyptian troops on the Black Sea. Their descendants were Negro peoples and the Greek writer Deodorus or Herodotus (THE HISTORIES) called these Egyptians "Colchians" and described them as resembling Egyptians.
Herodotus...but,Homer,Hesiod, Ovid, Pindar, Diodorus Siculus, Strabo, Virgil ,Arctinus.....etc....

The Greek Isles were a base for Egyptian entry into Central Asia, where they mined tin and searched for amber. Read more about the ancient trade of Egyptians and Nubians into Central Asia, the British Isles, the Caucasius, Europe and the domination of the Mediterranean before 2000 BC.

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