Black Africans (professors Cheikh Anta Diop and Obenga) won a large victory at the Cairo symposium in 1974. Yet European Egyptology continues to falsify History!
The Greeks and Latins, eyewitnesses of the ancient Egyptians, constantly confirm this belonging of the Egyptians to the black "race". Among the many Greek and Latin testimonies, there are those of Herodotus, Diodorus, Aristotle and Heliodorus:
Herodotus, nicknamed the father of history, Greek historian (480-425 BC), went to Egypt. He tells us that the ancient Egyptians had black skin (melakroes) and frizzy hair (oulotrikhes) (Book II, 104).
Diodorus of Sicily, contemporary Greek historian of Caesar Augustus, (63 BC-14 ap JC) tells us that it is Ethiopia that would have colonized Egypt (in the sense of the Athenian term: increasing population density led to a northward movement). (Historical Library, Book III, 3,1).
Aristotle, scholar, philosopher, tutor to Alexander the Great, (389-322 BC), classifies the ancient Egyptians and Ethiopians in peoples who have "excessively black" skin (agan melanes) (Physionomie, 6)
The Greek Heliodorus writes about Chariclea, a white girl, who stands before the Egyptians: "Again she looked up, saw their dark complexion (The Ethiopians, tome1)
In any hieroglyphic writing, the verb "kem" which is derived from the word black means "to carry out, to rise to, to accomplish, to pay to complete, to serve but also to be black". The word kem also means "complete, perfect, obligation, duty".
Osiris, the popular God of Egypt, is black in color. In the texts of the Pyramids and the book of the dead, he is called "The Great Black". He is from the south of Egypt (which is the case of the first pharaohs and the unifier of Egypt, Pharaoh Narmer). In many Egyptian texts the goddesses Isis and Hathor and the gods Thoth, Apis, Min, Horus are called Blacks, the title "Great Black" is used for goddesses in the funerary texts of several kings of Egypt (PepiI, PepiII, Merenre) while the epithet "red" was reserved for the only evil deity of the Egyptian pantheon ie Seth, the principle of evil and the type of evil in the sacred myths of the Egyptians. Seth's skin is red and his eyes very clear. He is the god of Hyksos, people with fair skin who associate him with the Semitic god Baal. Seth was originally represented by a donkey with erect tail, he is likened to the serpent Apophis, the principle of darkness continually threatening light.
The verb "desker" means "to be red, to become red" but also "to terrify", "kem" (black, to be black) is therefore all that goes in the sense of the truth-justice, the cosmic equilibrium (c ') that is, Maat in the Egyptian language).
The word "kem" (black) is also used for the graphs that designate the eye and the hair of the Egyptians. As the father of modern Egyptology JF Champollion said: "black, drawn from the hair color of the Egyptian race".