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African History is Human History- Great Empires, Cities and Celebrity Kings And Queens Plus Africans Revolutionaries

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Cradle of Humanity

The Nok were also renowned for their artistry and produced an array of beautiful terra-cotta artefacts

The Nok were also renowned for their artistry and produced an array of beautiful terra-cotta artefacts

Africa is the Cradle and origin of Man.

Africa is the Cradle and origin of Man.

Akhenaton (Amenhotep IV) Pharaoh of the 18th Dynast who originated the Monotheistic Religion

Akhenaton (Amenhotep IV) Pharaoh of the 18th Dynast who originated the Monotheistic Religion

Queen Ann Nzhingha, 1583 - 1663. she died at the age of Eighty. She ruled Angola for Over Thirty years. she awakened the spirit of Nationalism and African Unity as a Warrior Queen with an Army of Amazon Women.

Queen Ann Nzhingha, 1583 - 1663. she died at the age of Eighty. She ruled Angola for Over Thirty years. she awakened the spirit of Nationalism and African Unity as a Warrior Queen with an Army of Amazon Women.

Osei Tutu - Founder of the Ashanti Nation

Osei Tutu - Founder of the Ashanti Nation

The Geographical position of the Empire of Mali on the African Continent

The Geographical position of the Empire of Mali on the African Continent

Pyramids of Meroe, Sudan

Pyramids of Meroe, Sudan

The ruins and remains of the Temple in Meroe which existed 2,000 years ago i East Africa, and it was, and in 24BC was attacked by the Romans and it remained a powerful state for 200 or more years after that in Africa

The ruins and remains of the Temple in Meroe which existed 2,000 years ago i East Africa, and it was, and in 24BC was attacked by the Romans and it remained a powerful state for 200 or more years after that in Africa

Nok Culture: terra-cotta Nok Head

Nok Culture: terra-cotta Nok Head

The Nok Village in Kaduna State of central Nigeria, 160 kilometers northeast of Baro discovered in 1938 due to mining in a site inhabited by the Nok civilization 500 years ago.

The Nok Village in Kaduna State of central Nigeria, 160 kilometers northeast of Baro discovered in 1938 due to mining in a site inhabited by the Nok civilization 500 years ago.

The Nok culture of Ife culture had a style which was realistic, not naturalistic but abstract

The Nok culture of Ife culture had a style which was realistic, not naturalistic but abstract

Nok Culture of Ife

Nok Culture of Ife