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Jun 29, 2017 by Will Maule

DNA Of Ancient Mummies Could Prove Biblical Narrative Of Ham, Son Of Noah

New DNA tests on ancient Egyptian mummies have supported the biblical narrative that the first Egyptian Dynasty descended from Ham, the son of Noah. Researchers from the University of Tuebingen concluded that preserved remains found in Abusir-el Meleq, Middle Egypt, were close genetic relatives of Neolithic and Bronze Age populations from the Near East, Anatolia and Eastern Mediterranean Europeans, according to CNN. 

"We found the ancient Egyptian samples falling distinct from modern Egyptians, and closer towards Near Eastern and European samples," the researchers noted. "In contrast, modern Egyptians are shifted towards sub-Saharan African populations."

"According to the Bible, Mizraim settled in Egypt whereas Cush settled in Africa, establishing two distinct and separate nations that did not share a common heritage. The scientific theory implies the origins of Africa and Egypt were the same." 

Incredibly, the new findings coincide with the Dynastic Race Theory by archaeologist David Rohl, who asserted the view that ancient Egyptians arrived from Mesopotamia, conquered the Nile Valley, and established the first Egyptian dynasties.

Rohl's theory was based on the biblical narrative of Ham, who moved with his people from Mesopotamia to settle in Egypt after the Great Flood.



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