Tuesday, July 19, 2016

Elephants from Tunisia - Hannibal, Berber Pharaoh Shishak - Invasions

North Africa elephants are a different breed, their ears are not as large. Hannibal (247 – between 183 and 181 BC) invaded Rome over the Alps from Carthage in North Africa. Pharaoh Shishak - Karnak. Shishak carried off the treasures of the Temple of the Lord in 926 B.C. "So what happened to the ark? Was it taken by Nebuchadnezzar? Was it destroyed with the city? Or was it removed and hidden safely away, as evidently happened when Pharaoh Shishak of Egypt raided the temple during the reign of Solomon’s son Rehoboam?" Pharaoh Shishak (Sheshonk) was a Berber, he invaded Meggido. The word "Armagedon" refers to a battle at Megiddo. Pharaoh Shishak II. Berber Pharaoh Sheshonq campaign in Israel (Shihak شيشنق שישק). Berber, African, Semite, Egyptian. Pharaoh Shishak was a Berber. "Jump to Pharaoh - ... of Libyan origin. Shoshenq I (Berber: Cicnaq), Egyptian Pharaoh of Libyan origin, founder of the Twenty-second dynasty of Egypt. Mosaic from Tunisia. Hannibal`s army. Elephant coin from Burrow`s Cave. "The coin features and elephant facing right on the obverse side with Numidian characters at the top." The elephant was the emblem of the kingdom of Cleopatra Selene.

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