It's also well known fact that Crocodilopolis potraits are greek art which depicted Greek settlers in Crocodilopolis you liar. you already know this but avoid to state it to fabricate your germanic barbarian identity!!!
The Fayum portraits are a collection of 1st to 3rd century portraits made up of Ptolemaios Greek colonists of ancient Egypt. These colonists settled in cities like Alexandria after the conquest of Egypt by Alexander the Great and its subsequent rule by Greek Kings. Egypt at that time was part of Greece and it was the main city of Greece. The sculptures are from mainland greece. Greek Art always potraits black hair and black eyes in any period.
here is the oldest period of greek art
Greek Civillization literally never even have anything to do with Germanics barbarians(not german). ancient greek historian always write blonde hair and blue eyes are exotic traits of northern barbarians and greeks have black hair and black eyes.
even you guys have no interest in greek history which is the most important history in human history and know nothing about it when you guys need to study greek history very hard because if you have even basic knowledge of greek history you learn in middle school, you should have seen numerous greek arts and never say such weird nonsensical bullcrap...!!!
you thief germanic person stop trying to steal greek civillization!!!
all crocodilopolis arts are showing greek settlers...Its the fact...you cannot deny the fact you already know you liar...of course they look greek not egyptian because they are greek not a single people here look egyptian althought egyptian people look greek because egyptians and greeks have same root....just to lie about race and you are not even interested in greek history...those are from greek cemetries....Its style and drawing technique is greek. you can clearly see the greek crown on their head which only noble greek people wear on head. the drawer was famous greek painter cyzikus. there is no reason to draw egyptian who are normal people instead of noble greeks who came to rule the egypt...drawing is for noble people so of course they draw noble greek rulers and in other profession. think otherwise is nonsensical.
I will give you one of many examples. look at this drawing
He is famous Artemidorus, a greek professional diviner from Daldis, Greece. Ephesius was a professional diviner who lived in the 2nd century. He is known from an extant five-volume Greek work, the Oneirocritica or Oneirokritikon He settled in philadephia of crocodilopolis, Egypt.
here is what encyclopedia of egypt says. 'The Fayum portraits are a collection of 1st to 3rd century portraits made up of Ptolemaios Greek colonists of ancient Egypt. These colonists settled in cities like Alexandria after the conquest of Egypt by Alexander the Great and its subsequent rule by Greek Kings.'
the example you gave me is the first greek art you ever seen and is good example of greek people being greek with black hair and black eyes...
I already said I posted greek art of earliest period. how can minoans be hellenes when hellenes are the descendants of minoans. are you stupid?!? Do you say vikings were not swedish?!? of course they are not swedish but the swedish is ancestor of vikings. one of the I already showed you many sculptures from hellenic period also in first example.
what do you mean european?!? northern barbarians never were europeans in ancient greece. europe, asia, africa are the term to refered to the different regions of same greek world, south europe, middle east and north africa where same greek race were living in ancient original meaning...
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