e-Course: African Civilisation - Ancient Egypt

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Syllabus of the Online Course (Subject): African Civilisation and Ancient Egypt (Sheikh Anta Diop).

  1. Belonging of the Pharaonic Egypt to the universe of Black Africa (Black Egyptian hypothesis)
  2. Cultural arguments: language, writing, architecture, crafts, musical instruments, art, technology
  3. Sociological arguments: matriarchy, totemism, religion, philosophy, transfer of knowledge (initiation ceremonies)
  4. Anthropological arguments: The blackness of the Egyptians, physical anthropology, molecular biology, iconography
  5. Conclusions

People of the Egyptian Civilisation “designated themselves as Blacks”
The origin of the Egyptian civilisation is African”

The eLearning Course (Subject) “Ancient Egypt and African Civilisation” is part of the following Online Higher Education Programs taught by EENI Business School & HA University:
  1. Doctorates: Africa, Muslim Markets, Foreign Trade
  2. Masters: Business in Sub-Saharan Africa
  3. Bachelor of Science in Inter-African Business

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Example of the Online Course: Ancient Egypt and African Civilisation (Sheikh Anta Diop - African Historian)
Ancient Egypt African Civilisation
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Description of the Online Course: Ancient Egypt and African Civilisation (Sheikh Anta Diop).

  1. Multidisciplinary research methodology (Théophile Obenga and Sheikh Anta Diop)
  2. Volume II “Origin of the ancient Egyptians” of the General History of Africa of the UNESCO
  3. Linguistic comparison of the Egyptian language (Coptic/Pharaonic) with current black-African languages (Wolof) conjugation, phrases, lexicography, phonetics
  4. Architecture: Comparison between Ancient Egypt, Nubia, Zimbabwe, Mali (Tomb of Askia), Ethiopia
  5. Instruments (music) compared to Central African harps
  6. Current systems of writing (hieroglyphics) in Africa
  7. Metallurgical techniques (compared to West Africa)
  8. Comparison of the current African art (sculptures from Nigeria, Benin, Zimbabwe...) The cave paintings
  9. Sociology: totemism, matriarchy, Religion (Fon, Ewe, and Yoruba), Philosophy, initiation ceremonies
  10. Anthropology: The people of the civilisation of ancient Egypt were considered black. Herodotus, the Bible, paintings, sculptures, ancient Western art
  11. Biological analysis: melanin (skin pigment mummies), the tonnage-genetic (DNA)
  12. History: The Origin of the Egyptian Civilisation is African (non-Asian). Analysis of hieroglyphic texts, historical tradition, Herodotus, 14 Coal analysis, archaeology
  1. Africa: The cradle of humanity
  2. African Civilisation

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