Pharaonic Beauty



The Somalis are the Most Beautiful People in the World ,their Ancestors are from the Land of Punt and the Ancient-Egypt . The North-Eastern African Civilization.
Somalia is The Land of Punt:Land of Myrrh and Frankincense. Ancestral HomeLand of The Pharaohs .

History :
 Again the representations of the early Puntites, or Somali people, on the Egyptian monuments, show striking resemblances to the Egyptians themselves. By Brian Brown New York: Brentano's[1923]
In "The Making of Egypt" (1939). Petrie states that the Land of Punt was "sacred to the Egyptians as the source of their race" : ""The Egyptians sometimes called Punt land Ta-Netjeru, meaning "Land of the Gods," and considered it their place of origin ." (Richard Pankhurst, The Ethiopian Borderlands:1997)

"The King Sahure (2458-2446 B.C.) from this Egyptian Old Kingdom, Dynasty V (2498-2491 B.C.) made a trade expedition to the Land of Punt . Egyptian ships also reached the shores of the land of Punt on the Somali coast to procure highly valued cargoes of myrrh, ebony and animals, among other goods. " Text Reference: The UNESCO General History of Africa: Ancient Civilization of Africa, Vol, II, General History of Africa, G. Mokhtar, 1990, p 64-68 .

The greek historian Diodorus of Sicily in his book "Universal history "said that in 6th century before-J-Christ , because of a political crisis in Egypt and the euro-asiatics's infiltrations in Egypt , more than 200 thousands of ancient-egyptians migrated in the south of the Nile by crossing Nubia-Ethiopia with their ships , in the direction of the ,North/East Africa (Now, Somalia ,Djibouti,Ethiopia ...). This last historical fact can explain why the Somali language is a survived ancient-Egyptian language ,according to the British linguist :"The language of ancient Egypt belonged to the Hamitic group; Surviving Hamitic languages are spoken across a large part of North Africa and include Somali." (The english language ,A Historical Introduction," by Charles Barber .)

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