Little Known Black History Fact: The Kings of Kush

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    The 25th dynasty of Egypt dates back to 746 to 653 BC. This was also the dynasty known as the “Kings of Kush.” The Kingdom of Kush was an ancient African kingdom that flowed along what is now the Republic of Sudan.

    The Kings of Kush ruled as Pharaohs and believed that they were the bodily sons of the God Amun. They also worked to reunite the ancient original domain of Amun, with Egypt in the north and Nubia in the south.

    The Kings of Kush were held as guardians of the state religion and were responsible for maintaining the houses of the gods. The 25th dynasty was a pivotal period for Renaissance culture in Egypt. Pyramids were constructed along the Nile and the old world style of Egyptian art was restored.

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    9 thoughts on “Little Known Black History Fact: The Kings of Kush

    1. Please read, “The Destruction of Black Civilization” by Chancelor Williams for information about Africa that isn’t readily available in American schools. Fleetwood

      • who were the Olmec and what did Black people do to be cussed in the old testament. surely the anti African sentiment can not be down to sexual inferiority alone. it must relate to something pre biblical or not Mildred?

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    3. I am so glad to see black history beyond the last couple hundred years on such a popular site. Our history runs a lot deeper than a lot of us know. Keep facts like these coming.

      • If you only knew how much!! But you cannot get into Harvard, Yale, Poodunk U, unless you can answer biased entranced exams. Its amazing to me how a grade point or an iq is based on a distortion.

    4. That’s some heavy & deep Black History, very heavy!!! You guys are rendering an invaluable service to the Black populace & humanity in general by revealing Black History Facts.

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