Pompeii: Were the Ancient Romans White? – presented by Oguejiofo Annu

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Erotic Pompeii

People of Pompeii:

Supposedly Hippolytus and Phaedra but look at those Muurish men:

Spanish Hercules

Hercules and Omphale. Detail of The Twelve Labours Roman mosaic from Llíria (Valencia, Spain). It shows Hercules wearing women’s clothing and holding a ball of wool (left), and Omphale wearing the skin of the Nemean Lion and carrying Hercules’ olive-wood club (right).

National Archaeological Museum of Spain

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2 thoughts on “Pompeii: Were the Ancient Romans White? – presented by Oguejiofo Annu”

  1. The ancient Roman and Italian were black and brown people connected to the Mande, Yoruba, Akan and Fulani people of West Africa. Outside Africa black people have a tradition of mixing with fixed albino African and become mulato, white, Asian and Amerindian.

  2. The text of the last picture is is such bogus. Everytime you see a picture and it is clearly a woman, they say it is some man wearing women´s clothing, when you can clearly see this is a Sistar.

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