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If the mixture seems too loose to hold the ball shape, add a little more flour. Ampim nonetheless continues to claim that plate 48 shows accurately the images that stand on the walls of KV11, and he categorically accuses both Yurco and Hornung of perpetrating a deliberate deception for the purposes of misleading the public about the true race of the Ancient Egyptians. [82] The Black Egyptian hypothesis is held by various authors that Ancient Egypt was a Black civilization.

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Publisher: BiblioBazaar (September 25, 2009)

ISBN: 1113814314

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