Nationality and Place of birth: Israel Ethnicity: Ethiopian, African She won the Iaraeli Top Model competition at 16 years old. Article about Miss Avtau below: www.scribd.com/fullscreen She left Israel to seek a modelling career in New York. Israela signed a multi-million dollar deal with Avon Cosmetics in the US. She is the highest paid model after Bar […]Read More
Posts tagged Ethiopian
Angolan and Portuguese ancestry http://youtu.be/tSKXJWQ-bp4 the beauty pageant titleholder who was a Top 10 finalist at Miss Universe 2007 and placed first runner-up to Miss World 2007, becoming Miss World Africa. She was the highest placed Miss Angola at both Miss Universe and Miss Worldbefore the win of Leila Lopes in Miss Universe 2011 She was also named Miss World Continental Queen of Africa. […]Read More
Thracian Treasures: Golden Phial & Amphora With African Faces Found In Bulgaria, Europe?
Most of what we know about the ancient Thracians comes from surviving ancient Greek and Roman sources. The Thracians were an ancient ethnic group that inhabited parts of what is today European Turkey and the extreme north of Greece, but the vast majority of Thracian land is in what is today Bulgaria. Although Thrace as an […]Read More
Africans in Greece
The Minoans may have first come into contact with Africans at Thebes, during the periodic bearing of tribute to the pharaoh. In fact, paintings in the tomb of Rekhmire, dated to the fourteenth century B.C., depict African and Aegean peoples, most likely Nubians and Minoans. However, with the collapse of the Minoan and Mycenaean palaces […]Read More
African Descendants In Europe During Roman & Medieval Times?
Quote: Roman York has multiple people probably from North Africa, but even more people who are of “black/mixed race” ancestry (11-51%). –Dr. Caitlin Green The 1,800-year-old face of ‘Beachy Head Lady’ is revealed for the first time thanks to 3D scanning. Unusually Beachy Head Lady is from sub-Saharan Africa which was outside of the Roman […]Read More
The Marriage of Theagenes & Charicleia Tapestry – Flanders/France (ca. 1620)
Aethiopian adventures: or, The history of Theagenes and Chariclea Ancient Aethiopia (Greek: Αἰθιοπία) first appears as a geographical term in classical documents in reference to the upper Nile region, as well as all certain areas south of the Sahara desert and south of the Atlantic Ocean. –medievalpoc.tumblr.com/post Illustration of the story of Theagenes and Charicleia […]Read More
The Adungu Harp of Uganda & other African Lyres like the Kora is almost identical to the ancient Egyptian Arched harp?
THE ANCIENT EGYPTIAN HARP Elaborately decorated model arched harp: the underside of the soundbox, which is in the shape of a ladle, is rounded and finely carved. It ends in a human head, turned slightly to the left, with lengthy wig and double crown. The Adungu Harp of Uganda is strikingly similar to an example […]Read More
Theorizing Ancient Solar Flare or Sola Rays that possibly scorched our Skin & Hair?
I’m just theorizing if it was a gradual process or unexpected and extreme that lead us looking the way we do today.- Sola The Sun’s Wrath: Worst Solar Storms in History A similar event could wreak significant havoc today. That’s because our modern technology, including satellites, radio transmissions and power grids, could be seriously hampered […]Read More
Queen Gudit/Yodit of Ethiopia, Africa
The fall of the Aksumite kingdom of Ethiopia toward the end of the 10th century A.D. was attributed to a queen who invaded from the south. This queen is said to have laid waste to the city of Aksum and the countryside, destroyed churches and monuments, usurped the throne from the ruling Aksumite king, and […]Read More
QUEEN: Maharani Bamba Duleep Singh aka Bamba Müller
Her Father Ludwig Muller was a German banker and her mother Sofia was Abyssinian, Ethiopian, African. She was born on July 6, 1848 in Cairo, Egypt. The Maharaja Duleep Singh fell for her charm & beauty, within 5 months they married at Alexandria in Egypt, on 7 June 1864. Both of them wore European dress apart from Duleep, who […]Read More
Empress Taytu Betul
She was a (c.1851–1918) formidable Queen and Empress of Ethiopia. An astute diplomat determined to resist imperialist designs on her country, she increasingly opposed any negotiations that would result in the loss of Ethiopian territory. When diplomacy gave way to war, she rode out at the head of her own army, at her husband’s side. -Portrait […]Read More
3,000 Year Old Egyptian Woman with 70 HAIR EXTENSIONS Intact
The only way is EGYPT! 3,000-year-old remains of woman unearthed with 70 hair extensions tied in intricate layers. The pieces were elaborate creations, with one recently uncovered in an Egyptian coffin made up of 70 elaborate extensions fastened together. Out of 100 skulls analysed, 28 still had hair. The type of hair ranged from curly black […]Read More
Model & former Beauty Queen: Yordanos Teshager Bitew
Nationality: Ethiopian Ethnicity: African She speaks Amharic and English Yordanos Teshager Bitewwas discovered walking outside a modeling agency. She was selected as a semi-finalist for the Nokia Face of Africa 2005 after attending a casting session in Ethiopia and was the second runner up for the Miss World Ethiopia 2004 Ms. Yordanos Teshager Bitew took […]Read More
Model: Fatima Siad
Nationality: American Ethnicity: Somali and Ethiopian Fatima Siad raised in Boston, Massachusetts, she placed third on America’s Next Top Model, Cycle 10. Personnel Quote: Be Comfortable in your Own Skin And You Won’t Hate on Others in Theirs Personal Quotes: I don’t want to be known as ‘Baby Iman. I want to make a name for myself. […]Read More