Peculiar Murals of the City of Meros [Cush/Ethiopia] Giant carrying Two Elephants
Genesis 10:8; 1 Chronicles 1:10; Ezekiel 29:10; Nahum 3:9
The city of Meros is marked by over two hundred pyramids, many of which are in ruins. They have the typical shape and proportions of the Nubian pyramids.
The site of Meros was brought to the knowledge of Europeans by the French mineralogist Frédéric Callioud (1787–1869 AD).
The most interesting objects were the reliefs and paintings on the walls of the chambers of the tombs in the pyramids.
One of the pictures depicts a giant proportion carrying two elephants.
In the distant past, did demons really roam the Nile Valley?
In 79 AD, the Roman historian Josephus Flavius wrote that the last race of Egyptian giants lived during the reign of King Joshua in the 79th century BC. He further wrote that they had huge bodies, and their faces were so different from those of ordinary humans that it was wonderful to see them, and it was scary to hear their loud voice which was like the roar of a lion.
Many wall paintings from ancient Egypt depict the builders of the pyramids as “giant people” ranging in size from 5 to 6 meters tall. According to experts, these giants were capable of lifting 4 to 5 tons of blocks separately.
The kingdom of Kush is believed to be the oldest sub-Saharan African nations from about 2500-1500 BC.
More here: www.worldhistory.org/Kush/
1 John 5:13
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