Moorish Kings of Europe: Frederick I Barbarossa (1122 – 10 June 1190)

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Frederick I Barbarossa(1122 – 10 June 1190)
was a German Holy Roman Emperor.
He was elected King of Germany
at Frankfurt on 4 March 1152
and crowned in Aachen on 9 March
as King of Italy in Pavia in 1155,
and finally crowned
Roman Emperor by Pope Adrian IV, on 18 June 1155.

In the above picture we see the Venetian ambassadors who presented their credentials to the Emperor Frederick Barbarossa ( 1122 1190 ) bearing the seal of Pope Alexander III ( 1159 1181 ) Thumbnail of the manuscript ( code Correr 381 , I , 1479 , c . 27r ) Venice , Museo Correr


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4 thoughts on “Moorish Kings of Europe: Frederick I Barbarossa (1122 – 10 June 1190)”

  1. who is the red headed African? He looks like an Irishmen, especially in the facial features. There was a time when having red hair was considered indicative of possessing African ancestry, but that is something long forgotten. It reminds me further of the ancestry and mystery surrounding the original Irish and how much of a hot topic that seems to be when ever you post on it. Our genes rest in all mankind.

  2. I think You are One of those deceived by the Africanist antropologists’ theory suggesting without solid proves that the Human been have a geographic origin which they think is Africa, this is a nonsense, the Human races existed and history proves that in many aspects and concerning the man with the red hairs is Just the color of Henna.

    1. You are really, truly ridiculous. The Moors ruled Europe for 700 years! What, you think they turned white after they got to Europe? The sheer ignorance and arrogance of you Neanderthals is simply amazing. “Africanist anthropologist” theory that human beings originated in Africa is FACT! I’m not sure a about you Neanderthals. But I suppose you know more than the scientist at the Human Genome Project, who’ve already proved this through DNA studies. Oh, and the Egyptians were BLACK as most of us have always known. DNA has proved that also. I hope you’ve educated your self in the year since you wrote this post. Yes, the Africanist anthorpologist are ripping down your false, white eurocentric world view one DNA test at a time. Oh, by the way, you do know that Jesus and the ancient Hebrews were black right? You people are frauds.

      1. Who is Dr. Eugen Fischer, Rockefeller,
        Sorry for the multiple post:
        I want to make this very clear that the authentic pictures of black European Kings. Most of these are being warehoused in the Vatican Library. You can Validate these images from the reference section of the book. “The Negro Question” Part2:, The African Slave Ships That Came From Judah by LEE B. CUMMINGS.

        -Holy Roman Emperor Fredrick I Barbarossa (1122-1190). Creditials from ambassadors of Venice, Miniature, early fifteen century, Museo Correr Venice., late 12th century the Kings of Europe are being depicted as black by the Europeans themselves, these are not forgeries.

        -THE BLACK POPES OF BRITIAN, IRELAND & EUROPE!
        Saint Catherine of Siena before the Pope at Avignon (Pope Gregory XI), by Giovanni di Paolo(1460). (pg.,90)

        -Icons OF ALL SAINTS OF BRITISH ISLES AND IRELAND!
        Figure 41, Image found at Saint Seraphim Church in Walsingham, Norfolk England. (pg. 91)

        -Figure 40, Image of King Charles the 5th taken from painting in Lima Peru Museum being depicted as a black King. This is grandfather of King Leopold the 1st and the father of Queen Maria Habsburg of Austria. (pg. 86,,)

        -pg., 87 KING CHARLEMAGNE BLACK HOLY ROMAN EMPOREROR, -Karlstejn Castle, Czech Republic. Charlemagne: Carolus Magnus, meaning Charles the Great. (742-814) was king of the Franks from 768 and Emperor of the Romans from 800 to his death in 814.

        -Black Knights of Europe: Holy Roman Empire, circa 1447. From Wiener Neustadt Abbey, Stefansdom, Vienna. (In typical Albino fashion, he is claimed to be Saint Maurice)., (pg., 93)

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