Thursday, October 30, 2014

John Malveaux: 'History Begins In Africa' by Mary Acosta (2010) Available Used in Paperback on for $484.95

History Begins In Africa, 399 pages
Mary Acosta, Author, Illustrator
Kathleen E. Turner, Editor
Perfect Paperback
Birds Nest Publishing (December 6, 2010)
Used Copy from $484.95

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John Malveaux

An ancient inscription reveals a lost African Empire. 5,000 years ago, an Ethiopian emperor conquered NE Africa and the Eastern Mediterranean region. He pushed an Arab expansion back across the Red Sea. The Botorrita III inscription with his proclamation is in a museum at Zaragoza in Spain. A second inscription mentions the ancient Greeks for the first time, fighting as allies of the Egyptians against the Libyans. Both inscriptions are translated here for the first time.

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