Canaanites of Coastal North Africa Moved South When Ice Age Ended Kushites There Didn’t Adapt to Climate Change


The rock art of North Africa proves that black people lived where now is the Sahara during the Ice Age, obviously moved south when the Ice Age ended, replaced by Canaanites who built foggara canals and dug wells to cope with the ever drying climate, the previous hunting and gathering lifestyle of the black Kushites no longer practicable and so they moved south where more rain still fell.