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Despite being freed they did not have equal rights to the awailu. The limestone funerary stela of Neankhteti, c.2,250 BCE, is a fine example (Merseyside County Museums, Liverpool). Harder - Africa has been called the "birthplace of the human race." Learned guesses incline to the view that they were a cross between Nubian, Ethiopian and Libyan natives on one side and Semitic or Armenoid immigrants on the other; Even at that time of history there were no pure races on the this planet.

Pages: 51

Publisher: Australian Centre for Egyptology; illustrated edition edition (January 1, 1980)

ISBN: 090829901X

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