The Qustul Incense Burner

The Nubia Salvage Project site has a significance which still has to have the recognition it requires. Why? The figure on the incense burner is old, dated at around 3,200 B.C. This is before the first Pharaoh of the first Egyptian Dynasty. Profesor Bruce Williams asked if this indicates there was a dynasty of Pharaohs in Nubia before Egypt (Kemet). Qustul was then part of Nubia. The persistent argument that the beginning of Egypt is shrouded in mystery could be overturned by this finding. It was unearthed in the 1960s prior to the opening of the Aswan Dam and the flooding of land which could have yielded further clues. This is the oldest example of kingship. A number of writers have taken this up, including Browder and Davidson, and it was featured in a television series on the history of Africa in the mid-80s.
Nubia is today the scene of genocide where black Africans are being systematically slaughtered. They could well be descended from the people who founded Egypt, and subsequently influenced the later civilisations of Greece and Rome.
Vital Link Educational Limited is producing a series of teaching packs looking at this and other evidence which emphasise that Egypt is a part of the African Continent. Why is the link with the rest of Africa persistently ignored?

The Qustul Incense Burner

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