Linguistic Ties Between Ancient Egyptian & Bantu by Fergus Sharman Indicates Influence of Ham’s Son Misr Far to West


The hamitic Bantu language now spoken throughout subsaharan Africa had spread from the region of Cameroon to Congo, then eastward and southward throughout the remainder of Africa, accounting for the Iron Age villages throughout subsaharan Africa. Apparently Old Kingdom Egypt’s influence (during the Ice Age when the Sahara was verdant) spread far to the west, their language apparently having been adopted by the Kushites who lived where today is the western Sahara (during the Ice Age), then having moved south to Cameroon and beyond during the centuries following the end of the Ice Age.