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THE GREAT AFRICAN KINGDOM OF KUSH PART THREE

THE TEACHINGS OF FAHEEM JUDAH-EL D.D.
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THE GREAT AFRICAN KINGDOM OF KUSH

Ancient Meroitic Script and The Beja People

When I first saw the Beja script I recognized the similarities of the script of the Blemmyan people of the Meroitic and Kemetian inscriptions. Even though most European scholars dismiss African Scholars claims that Meroitic language is consistant with the language of the Beja people, who are without doubt the direct descendents of the Kemetians and Kushite.

To show proof that the Beja language was related to Meroitic, I compared Meroitic and Beja. The Beja material comes from Klaus and Charlotte Wedekind and Abuzeinab Musa, Beja Pedagogical Grammar.
http://www.afrikanistik-online.de/…/beja_pedagogical_gramma…

What I found from this examination was very interesting.

Meroitic ……English……….. Beja
i ‘arrive at this point’ ………… bi ‘went’
t ‘he, she’ ……………………..ta ‘she’
ya ‘go’………………………….yak ‘start’
rit ‘look’……………………….rhitaa ‘you saw’
an(a) plural suffix……………..aan ‘these’
d(d) ‘say’………………………di(y) ‘say’
lb ‘energy, dynamic…………liwa ‘burn’
ken ‘to realize’……………….kana ‘to know’
bk ‘ripen’……………………..bishakwa ‘to be ripe’

The vocabulary items are interesting, and in this small article I can not explain my complete findings but the Meroitic and Beja share many grammatical features.

For example, the pronouns usually can be placed in front or at the end verbs e.g., Beja ti bi ‘she went’, Meroitic t-i ‘he goes’. In Beja, adi is used to indicate complete action Taman adi ‘I ate it completely’, Meroitic –a, serves the same purpose akin ne a ‘he has become completely learned’. In both languages the adverb is placed behind the noun Beja takii-da ‘small man’, Meroitic pt ‘praise’: pt es ‘manifest praise’. In Beja the future tense is form by ndi, Tami a ndi “I will eat’, Meroitic –n, s-ne yo-n Aman ‘The patron will bow in reverence to Aman’.

This makes it clear to me that the Beja language like Amaringia and Tigrigna relates to the Medu Netjer, is related to Meroitic and that the Beja represent the Blemmy nation of Old.

*Note see Wolof language and the Medu Netjer
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MEROITIC SCRIPT

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ANCIENT KUSHITE MAN  AND MODERN BEJA MAN

The Beja People reside in Eritrea, Ethiopia, and Sudan

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THE GREAT AFRICAN KINGDOM OF KUSH PART TWO

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THE GREAT AFRICAN KINGDOM OF KUSH PART TWO

The Great Enclosure is a vast structure consisting of low walls, a colonnade, two reservoirs and two inclined long ramps.

The purpose of this enclosure is unknown but it is thought to have been an elephant training camp. In addition to the two ramps that might have been used for the big animals to go up and down, and also in addition to the elephants’ statues that can be found in the vicinity, the greatest collection of elephant carvings I have seen in Nubia is in the Great Complex.

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THE GREAT AFRICAN KINGDOM OF KUSH

THE TEACHINGS OF FAHEEM JUDAH-EL D.D.
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THE GREAT AFRICAN KINGDOM OF KUSH

The Kingdom of Kush was an ancient African kingdom situated on the Blue Nile, White Nile and River Atbara in what is now the Republic of Sudan.

Established after the Bronze Age collapse and the disintegration of the New Kingdom of Kemet, it was centered at Napata in its early phase. After Paraoh Kashta (“the Kushite”) invaded Kemet in the 8th century BC, the Kushite kings ruled as great Kings of the Twenty-Fifth dynasty of Kemet for a century, until they were expelled by Psamtik I in 656 BC.

When the Kemetians pulled out of the Napata region, they left a lasting legacy that was merged with indigenous customs forming the Kingdom of Kush. Kush shared many Kemetian practices, such as religion, clothing, diet, tools, building practices, math, sciences, burial practices and much more. It is a fact that the Kingdom of Kush survived longer than that of Kemet. The Kushites invaded Kemet (under the leadership of Pharaoh Piye), and controlled Kemet during the 8th century, Kushite dynasty.

Pharaoh Taharqa
Harmaket of Nubia
Pharaoh Aspelta, 25th Dynasty
Pharaoh Atlanersa 25th Dynasty
Colossal statue of King Atlanersa (Khukare – “Protected by the ka of Re”), 25th Dynasty, Sudan Museum

*Compare Beja People of today to Ancient Kushites & Kemetians

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MAP OF KUSH

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Pharaoh Taharqa                       Harmaket of Nubia (Kush)

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Pharaoh Aspelta, 25th Dynasty

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Pharaoh Atlanersa 25th Dynasty

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Colossal statue of King Atlanersa

(Khukare – “Protected by the ka of Re”),

25th Dynasty, Sudan Museum

 

 

ANCIENT KUSH (NUBIA)

Nubia was also called – Upper & Lower Nubia, Kush, Land of Kush, Te-Nehesy, Nubadae, Napata, or the Kingdom of Meroe.
The region referred to as Lower Kemet is the northernmost portion. Upper Nubia extends south into Sudan and can be subdivided into several separate areas such as Batn El Hajar or “Belly of Rocks”, the sands of the Abri-Delgo Reach, or the flat plains of the Dongola Reach.

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THE MEDJAY OF ANCIENT NUBIA

THE MEDJAY OF ANCIENT NUBIA

The Medjay represents the name Ancient Kemetians gave to a region in northern Sudan where an ancient people of Nubia inhabited. They became part of the Ancient Kemetian military as scouts and minor workers. During the Middle Kingdom “Medjay” no longer referred to the district of Medja, but to a tribe or clan of people. It is not known what happened to the district, but, after the First Intermediate Period, it and other districts in Nubia were no longer mentioned in the written record.

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