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Osei Tutu King of Asante (circa 1650-1717) Osei Tutu was the founder and first ruler of the Asante nation, a great West African kingdom now known as Ghana. He tripled the geographic size of Asante and the kingdom was a significant power that endured for two centuries.

Osei Tutu King of Asante (circa was the founder and first ruler of the Asante nation, a great West African kingdom now known as Ghana. He tripled the geographic size of Asante and the kingdom was a significant power that endured for two centuries.

África: as pessoas do Oeste Africano costa - Gabão, Guiné, Senegal ...    Auguste Racinet, de Le traje historique (A história do traje) vol. 2, sob a direção de A. Racinet, Paris, seis volumes publicados entre 1877 e 1886.

Afrique: Members of Various Tribes

Africa: people from the West African coast: Gabon, Guinea, Senegal… Auguste racinet, from Le costume historique (The costume history) vol. under the direction of A.

Moses the Black (330–405) Ethiopian thief and gang leader who underwent a conversion and become one of the most revered of the Desert Fathers, founders of monasticism. (August 28) http://www.saintgregorys.org/saints-by-name.html

moses the black Ethiopian thief and gang leader who underwent a conversion and become one of the most revered of the Desert Fathers, founders of monasticism.

Sunni Ali Beer King of Songhay (circa 1442-1492), built the largest most powerful empire in West Africa during his 28-year reign. With a remarkable army,he won many battles, conquered many lands, seized trade routes and took villages to build the Songhay empire into a major center of commerce, culture and Moslem scholarship.

Sunni Ali Sunni Ali was an African ruler who founded the Songhai Empire in the century. He was the hereditary ruler of the kingdom.

King Richard II, son of Edward The Black Prince.

Richard II January 1367 – ca. 14 February was King of England from 1377 until he was deposed in Richard, a son of Edward, the Black Prince, was born during the reign of his grandfather, Edward III.

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The Egyptian Knew They Was Gods since Black people arent ready for “THE TRUTH”, they arent ready for our greatness either. We can accept "the Christian Truth", "the Islamic Truth" & "the Jewish Truth".

Image Gallery | Anheuser-Busch.com - Taharqa King of Nubia (710-664 BC) John Thomas Biggers (1924-2001)  During his 25-year reign, Taharqa controlled the largest empire in ancient Africa. The numbers and majesty of his building projects were legendary with the greatest being the temple at Gebel Barkal in the Sudan.

Taharqa King of Nubia BC) John Thomas Biggers During his reign, Taharqa controlled the largest empire in ancient Africa. The numbers and majesty of his building projects were legendary with the greatest being the temple at Gebel Barkal in the Sudan.

King of all the Ashanti kingdoms . Ghana

Royalty in Ghana Asantehene (Ah-san-ti-he-ni)...

In situ kente cloth, for a change: Asantehene Otumfuo Osei Tutu II King of all the Ashanti kingdoms

Askia Muhammaed Toure King of Songhay (1493-1529) A devout Muslim, Askia “The Great” ruled and administered Songhay strictly according to Islamic law. He united the entire central region of the Western Soudan, and established a governmental machine that is still revered today for its detail and efficiency.

The Songhai Empire, also known as the Songhay Empire, was the largest state in African history and the most powerful of the medieval west African states. It expanded rapidly beginning with King Sonni Ali in the and by it had risen to stretch

Queen Amina of Zaria: Born(1533-1610?), Reigned(1588-1589?) Artist: Floyd Cooper (1956-) Amina Mohamud (also called Aminatu) was a Hausa Muslim Warrior Queen of Zazzau (now Zaria), in what is now north central Nigeria. She was a brilliant military strategist she fought many wars and won them all. Amina is credited with building the famous Zaria wall. She is remembered today as “Amina, Yar Bakwa ta san rana,” meaning “Amina, daughter of Nikatau, a woman as capable as a man.”

Queen Amina of Zaria: Artist: Floyd Cooper Amina Mohamud (also called Aminatu) was a Hausa Muslim Warrior Queen of Zazzau (now Zaria), in what is now.

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