Some of the most ancient and significant Gods of the ancient Greek world are portrayed by them, in their Paintings and Pottery, as Black African people. The tradition continued through to the Romans, while Europeans as a whole portrayed the icons of Christianity as Black.
1367 - Theodoric of Prague or Master Theoderic - Bohemia - Saint Maurice Painted panel. Karlštejn Castle, Chapel of the Holy Cross, east wall of the choir, right side of the lower register.
The True Africa Before Conquest
Pope St Miltiades The Black pope who christianised Constantine the Great
The African Presence in the Roman World - Atlanta Blackstar
there have been three Popes from North Africa. According to National Black Catholic Congress, of North Africa origin : Pope Victor the 13th Pope and first to speak Latin and who changed official language of Vatican from Greek to Latin. Second was Pope Miltiades, 32nd Pope and the third was Pope Gelasius, 49th Pope. It is therefore not accurate that if elected a Pope Turkson will be the first African Pope. However, he would be the fourth but the first Black African Pope, south of the…
Nicholas de Larmessin I Portrait of Emperor Yohannes French (c. 216 x 121 mm Engraving; Print on paper Portrait of an Ethiopian Emperor: Black man bust-length, turned to the right, wearing.
Taharqa Pharaoh Taharqa Pharaoh Dynasty) Initiated Extensive Building Projects in Both Egypt and Nubia
MOHAWK GIRL This Six Nations dancer is of the Turtle clan. Her name is "Cohewenah" which means paddling down the river. The Mohawk nation reside in Eastern Canada.