World History And Anthropology: 20+ interesting photos of africans in antiquity The Ancient Greeks were black, world history and anthropology ~~~~

Tuesday, 18 February 2014

20+ interesting photos of africans in antiquity

Didn't real know what to call this thread, so voila

How the Eurocentriks proved whites weren't in Ancient Greece Through forgery!
1) They basically PAINTED in fake images of white people like so, to try to make ancient greece, a primarily black civilization look white or multiracial

Ignore that this PAINTING has a clear modern design to it. Without any reference point its hard to dispute other than it is a painting on PAPER and not on rock stone like all the other images on the palace walls. But then real images of the ancient Greeks started coming out.

2) This what the real black ancient greeks painted on stone looked like found in the palaces

Notice the difference of the paintings and style. Its not just the color of the skin, but the whites show a clear modern STYLE and even clothing. But what the eurocentrick revisonist slipped on was making the forgeries WHITE in skin rather than arguing they were dark whites.

3)Not even the most foolish eurocentrick would attempt to argue the below greek man was white or non-black

Satyros; same vase

That is, it is clear these images, are of black people, you can see the same man Satyros was portrayed in jet black and a light brown color on the same vase

Satyros or Satyrus was a Greek architect in the 4th century BC. Along with Pythius of Priene, he designed and oversaw the construction of the Mausoleum at Halicarnassus.
Mausolus, the satrap of Caria in southwest Anatolia died in 353 BC, and his widow, Artemisia II of Caria, ordered the construction of a huge marble tomb in his memory at Halicarnassus – now Bodrum, Turkey – which was completed about 350 BC. Its name, the Mausoleum, became the generic term for monumental tombs. It was one of the Seven Wonders of the Ancient World, and was eventually destroyed by an earthquake.

4) Most the vases look like so

On the side of the last image it says Kalos or beautiful/noble/good/handsome in Greek. There are two greeks one dark skin black and one medium brown tone black. Whites try to insist the brown skin black is a white greek. I know, seems crazy to me to, but when I point out that the white greek has the same hair texture on the vase as the black greek they usually babble for words. The funniest thing of all is the woman's eye is painted white, meaning if there were white greeks, they could have painted the entire "greek white woman" in her true white color. But of course the artist chose not to because this was a black greek man and black greek woman. Of varying shade colors, possibly with distant origins in africa from different parts of Africa but still greeks.

Lastly there are some who attempt to say that these are not a man and a woman but rather 2 women. This can be easily disproven because Kalos is masculine not feminine and it would be highly unusual for a greek man to cover his head in such a manner as the black women does in this vase. The feminine καλή does not appear on the vase so although it is written on the women we know it is about the man.

And there were too many to forge. If the white images in (1) are true, one must accept whites were a small minority in ancient greece, because most of the art is black people like the woman above.

5) There are some other good forgeries like this

Actually done on a wall instead of painted on paper.

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