A frica is said to be one of the oldest landmasses in the world with 97% of its soil components being over 300 million years old. Whether you are anti-Evolution or for it, Africa is often noted as being the birthplace of mankind. The first migration is said to have occurred from North African into the Middle East and subsequently what we know as the entire world. The Bantu population is said have surfaced in 2500 BC spreading out to East & Southern Africa discovering iron smelting technology and sharpening agricultural techniques. History shows that prior to European invasions, Africans had already developed complex, commercial empires and societies. Around 3100 BC, a combination of Middle Eastern influences and sophisticated food-production techniques gave birth to one of Africa’s first and more notable African Empires, Ancient Egypt. Before being defeated by the Nubian Empire and subsequently the Romans, their reign lasted approximately 3,000 years with the construction of buildings and pyramids visible today.
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