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Africa | Queen Nenzima of the Mangbetu people of Congo. || From the Secret Museum of Mankind Volume 2. Published 1935

Mangbetu Queen Nenzima of the people of Congo. From the Secret Museum of Mankind Volume Published 1935

TheWhiteWashFactory — In Egypt back in the old 3400 BCE5, the women...

Those who are the descendants of the ancient Egyptians now reside in the Afar and Beja people in East Africa of Ethiopia and Sudan. These places were once a part of Nubia and Upper Egypt. (Wigs were also made from Nubian hair).

One of the African Natives Of Asia and the original inhabitants of Malaysia.The Batek (or Bateq) are an indigenous people who live in the rain forest of peninsular Malaysia. Until about 1970 much of inland peninsular Malaysia was difficult to reach for the purposes of logging, so the Batek were widespread throughout that region. Since it is now possible to harvest the trees in that region, the Batek are pretty much confined to Taman Negrara National Park and the surrounding region

melaninandrightknowledge:The Black people who are labeled “The Negritos,” are believed to be the earliest inhabitants of Southeast Asia, remnants of the earliest populations Out of Africa migration.

Realeza Africana – 8 belas Princesas Negras e suas histórias

Princess Akousa Busia of the Royal Family of Wenchi, Ghana. "Stunning" She starred in "the Color Black Princesses That You Should Know

King Peggy, King of Otuam, Ghana.  (YES, people...KING P-E-G-G-Y!)  American woman becomes King: http://www.cnn.com/2013/01/31/world/africa/king-peggy-otuam-ghana

King Peggy King of Otuam, Ghana Co-Author, King Peggy: An American Secretary, Her Royal Destiny, and the Inspiring Story of How She Changed an African Village

Oba Akenzua II, King of Benin (1933-1978) - Africlectic Magazine

Oba Akenzua II, King of Benin This picture was taken back in centuries. The king was married to one woman and not more than one and he was known as the loyal king.

Princess Nzinga, the Mbundu (Ambundu) group of the Ndongo Kingdom in the central west Africa region now known as Angola. Her father was Ngola Kilajua, the word 'Ngola' referring to the title of the ruling chief, which later developed into the national name for the region. Though she resisted Portuguese colonial occupation of central west Africa for over four decades, she officially ruled Ndongo from 1624-1626 and 1657-1663.

Queen Nzinga [Nzinga of Ndongo and Matamba Queen Anna Nzinga, also known as Ana de Sousa Nzinga Mbande, was a queen of the Ndongo and Matamba Kingdoms of the Mbundu people in Angola. Wikipedia Born: Angola Died: December Kingdom of Matamba]

AFRICAN KINGS by International Photographer James C. Lewis | Mansa Abu Bakr II

Mansa Abu Bakr II ( also known as Mansa Abu Bakari II circa century) was the ninth Mansa (Title of Ruler in Mali) of the Mali Empire, the richest and largest empire on earth at that time, covering nearly all of West Africa.