African Presence In Early Asia / Edition 1

African Presence In Early Asia / Edition 1

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by Runoko Rashidi
     
 

ISBN-10: 0887387179

ISBN-13: 9780887387173

Pub. Date: 06/15/1985

Publisher: Transaction Publishers

The contributors to this volume argue that blacks were a formative civilizing influence on Asian societies. Presenting their case with persuasive eloquence and research, the authors examine cultural forms, art motifs, weapons, scripts, and skeletal evidence to link Asian civilizations to Africa's Nile Valley. Articles detail both the physical and cultural

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The contributors to this volume argue that blacks were a formative civilizing influence on Asian societies. Presenting their case with persuasive eloquence and research, the authors examine cultural forms, art motifs, weapons, scripts, and skeletal evidence to link Asian civilizations to Africa's Nile Valley. Articles detail both the physical and cultural presence of Africans in Asia. Topics covered include the black presence and heavy intermittent influence in Sumer, Elam, and Arabia; contributions of Dravidians and Ethiopian blacks to the Indus Valley civilizations; the history of first Chinese emperor, Fu-Hsi; the origin of martial arts; parallels between Krishna, Guatama Buddha, and Jesus; and the nature of slavery in Arabia and Asia. Five major chapters have been added to this new edition, adding substantially to the range and depth of the original volume.

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ISBN-13:
9780887387173
Publisher:
Transaction Publishers
Publication date:
06/15/1985
Pages:
404
Product dimensions:
0.90(w) x 6.00(h) x 9.00(d)

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Guest More than 1 year ago
It is amazing what research can do!!!. The early influence of black civilization in all cultures has always been a known fact but a well hidden one as well, thanks to Sertima and Rashidi the truth has been revealed. As a people, we owe it to ourselves to unearth our own true history and not let other people write it for us. Nabiha Safriwe