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Théophile Obenga (Congolese Historian)

Syllabus of the Subject: Théophile Obenga (Republic of the Congo, Doctorate).

  1. Théophile Obenga (Congolese Linguist and Historian)
  2. The Negro-Egyptian theory of historical linguistics of Théophile Obenga
  3. Main works of Théophile Obenga

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Théophile Obenga (Congo, Afrocentricity)

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Description of the Subject: Théophile Obenga (Congolese Historian).

Théophile Obenga (Congolese Historian, Egyptologist, and Linguist): Afrocentricity.

Théophile Mwené Ndzalé Obenga was born in Mbayá (Republic of the Congo) on February 2, 1936, at Colonisation age. Obenga is a Historian, Egyptologist, and Linguist.

With the great Senegalese historian Sheikh Anta Diop; he defended a new vision of the African history based on the concept of Afrocentricity, that is to say, that the Africans historians will be the protagonists of the African history with the objective of revising the African cultural heritage.

Specialisation of Théophile Obenga: linguistics, Egyptology (Geneva), prehistory, prehistoric archaeology, correlations between the ancient Egyptian language and African languages:

  1. Religion: Théophile Obenga is Christian (Catholic)
  2. Graduate in Philosophy (University of Bordeaux)
  3. PhD in Human Sciences (Sorbonne)
  4. Ex-Director of the International Centre of Bantu Civilisations (Libreville)
  5. Director of the “Journal of Egyptology and Africans civilisations Ankh” (Paris)
  6. Author of the Volume V (Africa from 16th to 18th Century) of the UNESCO General History of Africa
  7. Influenced by Sheikh Anta Diop

The Negro-Egyptian Theory of the history of linguistics of Théophile Obenga:

  1. Identification of the common features of Negro-African languages
  2. Definition of genetic relationship
  3. Conclusion: Negro-Egyptian languages are the common ancestor of the Negro-African languages

The three families of the African languages identified by Théophile Obenga:

  1. Negro-Egyptian (Ancient Egyptian, Coptic and Chadic, Cushitic, Nilo-Saharan, Niger-chordophones languages)
  2. Berber
  3. Khoisan

Main books of Théophile Obenga:

  1. Bantus: languages, peoples, and civilisations
  2. Africa in the Antiquity (Ancient Egypt-Black Africa)
  3. Zaire, traditional civilisations, and modern culture
  4. Readings in the Pre-colonial Central Africa
  5. Historical dissertation in Africa
  6. African Philosophy - Pharaonic Period: 2780-330 BCE

More information: The Republic of the Congo (African Portal - EENI Global Business School).

  1. Brazzaville, Pointe-Noire, Dolisie

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Théophile Obenga belongs to the Central African Economic Area (African Civilisation).

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