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Oldest known sentence written in first alphabet discovered – on a head-lice comb | Language | The Guardian

It’s a simple sentence that captures the hopes and fears of modern-day parents as much as the bronze age Canaanite who owned the doubled-edged ivory comb on which the words appear.Believed to be the oldest known sentence written in the earliest alphabet, the inscription on the luxury item reads: “May…

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Shocking Food in Senegal!! SEASHELL ISLAND – Food + Culture in West Africa! – YouTube

JOAL-FADIOUTH – Welcome to the peaceful town and island of Joal-Fadiouth, on the West Coast of Africa in Senegal. They are known for being a fishing village and for Fadiouth, which is an entire island made from seashells built upon each other. The village is home to both Christians and Muslims living in harmony. Today we’re eating a couple of local meals, including a massively spicy pepper fish soup and exploring the amazing culture of this island.

‘The Woman King & The Real History of The West African Kingdom of Dahomey’ – Prof. James Small – YouTube

Prof. James Small, former Black Studies Prof. at CUNY and featured in the films, ‘Hapi’, ‘Hidden Colors’ & ‘Elementary Genocide 3’, joins Michael Imhotep to discuss ‘The Woman King & The Real History of The West African Kingdom of Dahomey’. The #1 Movie, ‘The Woman King’ from producer Viola Davis…

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Incredible UNSEEN FOOD of AFRICA!! Favorite Local Dish in Senegal, West Africa!! – YouTube

TOUBAKOUTA, SENEGAL – Today we’re in the village of Toubakouta in southern Senegal, West Africa. We’ll be cooking and eating a dish called C’est Bon (That’s Good!), also known as Thiebou Diola. It includes rice, fried and grilled fish, pounded hibiscus leaves, and the world’s most addictive onion sauce with mustard. This is one of the best dishes I’ve eaten in West Africa and I can’t wait to share it all with you!

Whole Goat Stew in Africa!! VILLAGE FOOD in Senegal – Best Senegalese Food!! – YouTube

SENEGAL, WEST AFRICA – Today we are in a small village to meet Musa and his family for their Eid al-Adha celebration. They are preparing a whole goat that will be fried to go with rice, and stewed to go with Senegalese style couscous. It’s an honor to be here and I can’t wait to share all of the delicious food with you!

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