Phillipe Paulitschke was a French explorer who visited the Waqooyi and continued to Harar in the 1880s. Here's the link
An Cisse Dir Geeljire at a well
The Emir of Harar Abdallah Ibn Ali Abdishakur
Zeyla looking towards the northern coast
Cisse Ugaas Rooble...
The most popular hypothesis is that it arrived via South Arabians due to proximity and archeological findings in Somaliland showing the remains of South Semitic peoples. However, I think maybe the progenitor of the T-haplogroup Somalis might've come from North Arabian speaking populations:
There was a kingdom called Sam’al in ancient turkey, the language they spoke was called samalian and that was what the people were called too. Eventually it was taken over by the Neo-Assyrian empire. Coincidence :cosbyhmm: what do you think? Who are these high IQ imposters:wtf...
I was poking around looking for old Chinese handwriting and I ended up stumbling on this manuscript called "The Guide to Astronomy"
You can find and download this and other texts here for free :icon e smile:
I’ve come across one of the works of Faarax Cawl, a somali writer. He was known for being the first somali novelist to use the Latin script after it was introduced in 1972. His work i’ve come across is called Garbaduubkii Gumeysiga (the shackles of colonialism)
Cawl was reportedly killed in...
As a side thing, I love digging into old and ancient Somali history, as well as other east African countries. There's many things I found that I bet were never mentioned in here haha.
I feel a lot of things have been forgotten and corrupted too.
Divine Fertility: The Continuity in Transformation of an Ideology of Sacred Kinship in Northeast Africa (UCL Institute of Archaeology Publications)
This book uniquely explores the impact of indigenous ideology and thought on everyday life in Northeast Africa. Furthermore, in highlighting the...
UNLESS THEY WERE COONS :drakelaugh:
I quote British colonial record
Countries that agreed to not selling weapons to Africa
Congo Free State...
A spin of thread of my Ottomon-Arab-Brittish thread.
Time stamped here, Somalis need to be more vocal about our Islamic history and our contributions to Africa., he also lied and said the Omanis controlled Somalia, he says this around 12:47, he also blames the slave trade on AFRICAN people :drakelaugh:, and says Africans were slaves to arabs...
I find it interesting that ever since the Middle Ages, Somalia has been trading with China(not just trade but apparently influencing each other in terms of language, culture and military). Of course we know that Somalia was a trading route through the Silk Road, where traders brought all sorts...