1. M

    My Ancient Ancestral DNA

  2. M

    HISTORY Prehistoric Saudi Arabian Camel Carvings

    Possibly suggests that Camel was domesticated earlier by Natufian like populations?
  3. M

    What is this thing Oromo priests have on their foreheads?

    If there's any Oromo members on here, what is this thing that your priests have on their foreheads? It reminds me of the blocks Jews wear on the forehead.
  4. Marshall D Abdi

    Paki guy wildin

  5. pablo

    Anyone read or downloaded this book?

    I can’t find this book anywhere it’s like it disappeared any got a PDF link?
  6. CaliTedesse

    Ancient Egypt Land of Punt in Eastern Africa cure to Racism?

    Since we all know land of Punt was in Eastern Africa abihiin wasse (pardon my Fransiis) Yacni ii dhageysada researchers found that the most logical place for the Land of Punt was Eastern African especially Horn of Africa they proved this with a xaywaan wa lakiin I'm not done. Back to topic yaa...
  7. CaliTedesse

    A great read on ancient Egyptian history

    Any recommendations on Amazon or even PDF file you might have?
  8. Superiorabdi

    What's the history on Taleex?

    I have always known about Taleex and it's history but I'm starting to question a lot things regarding it. The reason for this is because recently the Sphinx has been discovered to be a lot older than the claimed 4500 years old. The weathering around the Sphinx suggests it's 6000-12,000 years...
  9. CaliTedesse

    Mogadishu's fortified wall destroyed by Italian fascists

    I remember once reading although I can't find the source that Mogadishu had a huge fortified wall which was destroyed by the Italians considering the Italians actually understood Mogadishu was an ancient city with enough architecture to directly challenge their supremacist anti-African views...
  10. Pastoralite

    Somalia’s Beautiful Architectural Appreciation Thread

    Zeila capital of the Adal Sultanate Gondershe citadel old Mogadishu light house and port Old part of Muqdisho Eyl Dervish castle 19th century drawing of the historic Qandala castles Barawe light house Barawe Iconic light house. upclose The entire city of Merca is picturesque. Former...
  11. chosen one

    Somalis were the ancient egyptians

    Waryaa @Amun is this true? :patrice:
  12. Prince Abubu

    Human Ancestors Left Africa Far Earlier

    Oldest known human fossil outside Africa discovered in Israel
  13. Prince Abubu

    Is The 'Cushitic Fish Taboo' Responsible For Somalia's Poor Fishing Industry?

    Cushitic Fish Taboo :ohhh:
  14. Kezira

    Some Somalians believe they built Pyramids

  15. Xooshdheere

    Ancient Somalia's History with the Roman Empire

    After the Roman conquest of the Nabataean Empire and the Roman naval presence at Aden to curb piracy, Arab and Somali merchants barred Indian merchants from trading in the free port cities of the Arabian peninsula because of the nearby Roman presence. However, they continued to trade in the port...
  16. Xooshdheere

    Somalia in Middle Ages

    The Sultanate of Mogadishu (Somali: ''Saldanadda Muqdisho'') (r. 10th-16th centuries) was a medieval trading empire in Somalia. It rose as one of the pre-eminent powers in the Horn of Africa and the larger East Africa region during the 12th, 13th and 14th centuries before becoming part of the...
  17. Ricespot

    Our ancient cousins the Azanians How come no one has tried to uncover the mysteries of these ancient people. :hmm: I think they were the ones that traded in the ancient southern city of raptor, what do you lot think?
  18. SultanuuFicaan

    Himyarite kingdom, Najran Massacre + annexation of Himyar by Aksumites (Byzantium)

    Eventually the Aksumites would be kicked out from Yemen, their original homeland :russ: by the Sassanids in a couple of decades later. To which they were too defeated by the Arabs a couple of decades later and the mighty persians have yet to recover till this day. - Persian- Abyssinian wars...
  19. SultanuuFicaan

    You may know know about Laas geel, what about Dhaymoole/DhagaxKureh/Dhambalin iyo DhagaxNabiGalay?

    Dhaymoole site Camels are depicted
  20. SultanuuFicaan

    Siad barre and Ministry of information (1974) comments regarding this 'ancient somali script'

    "We find the Roman alphabet more convenient. It is also international. Most of intellectuals and literate citizens are used to it, and our imported equipment are described in Roman alphabet. Technically, we find its use more viable then any other script. For instance, we have an ancient Somali...