the manetho sage continues
manetho part 5 by emunra kati and omo shongo
???where is ani and maihepri in manethos???
beginning of the african renaissance
Manethon (or Manetho; /'mæn??o?/; Ancient Greek: ?a?????, Manethon, or ?a?????, Manethos) was an Egyptian historian and priest from Sebennytos (ancient Egyptian: Tjebnutjer) who lived during the Ptolemaic era, approximately during the 3rd century BC.Manetho wrote the Aegyptiaca (History of Egypt). His work is of great interest to Egyptologists, and is often used as evidence for the chronology of the reigns of pharaohs. The earliest and only surviving reference to Manetho's Aegyptiaca is that of the Jewish historian Josephus in his work "Against Apion".MANETHO IS OFTEN QUOTED BY EGYPTOLOGISTS BOTH eUROPEAN AND AFRICAN MEANWHILE IF WE DO AN INVESTIGATIVE RESEARCH INTO MANETHO WE FIND ALOT OF HISTORY CONCERNING EGYPT, WHICH IS DETAILED IN THE SO CALLED EGYPTIACA, THE BOOK AUTHORED BY HIM.CONFLICTS EXIST IN CHRONOLOGY AND NAMES OF RULING DYNASTIES WHICH CONFLICT WITH THE KINGS LIST INSCRIBED AT RAMSES TEMPLE MANETHO 'S ORIGINAL BOOK EGYPTIACA DOES NOT SURVIVE AND WHAT WE HAVE ARE CONTROVERSIAL EVIDENCE TO VALIDATE THAT HE EVER EXISTED OR HIS BOOK EGYPTIACA.WE WILL BEGIN TO INVESTIGATE MANETHO AND HIS WRITINGS ON THIS BRAODCAST OF BLACK LOTUS CIVILIZATION.
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