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The story of how Scotland got it’s name is an interesting one. Meritaten, nicknamed Scotia, was an ancient Egyptian queen of the eighteenth dynasty (14th century BC), and the first of six daughters born to Pharaoh Akhenaten and his Great Royal Wife, Nefertiti. Her name means “She who is beloved of Aten”; Aten being the sun-god her father worshipped. Scotia settled in what is now Scotland, after the Hyksos were expelled from Egypt. -Robert Sepehr    Copyright © 2012 Antediluviana. A

The story of how Scotland got it’s name is an interesting one. Meritaten, nicknamed Scotia, was an ancient Egyptian queen of the eighteenth dynasty century BC), and the first of six daughters born to Pharaoh Akhenaten and his Great Royal Wife, Nefertiti.

The most ancient lineage in the world is the Ethiopian Royal Family. It is older than that of the Japanese and English royal family by 6000 years. Emperor Haile Sellasie traces his ancestry to King Solomon of Isreal and the black Queen of Sheba and beyond that to Kush/Nubia/Egypt 7000 BCE.

The most ancient lineage in the world is the Ethiopian Royal Family. Emperor Haile Sellasie traces his ancestry to King Solomon of Isreal and the black Queen of Sheba and beyond that to Kush/Nubia/Egypt 7000 BCE.

Outer coffin of Queen Merytamun (M10C 119) | Photograph by Harry Burton ~ 1929 ~ Archives of the Egyptian Expedition ~ Department of Egyptian Art.

Outer coffin of Egyptian Queen Merytamun Photograph by Harry Burton, Archives of the Egyptian Expedition, Department of Egyptian Art

QUEEN SCOTIA – FROM EGYPT TO IRELAND - History of Ireland | Stair na hÉireann

QUEEN SCOTIA – FROM EGYPT TO IRELAND - History of Ireland | Stair na hÉireann

Queen Nefertari of ancient Egypt used this ebony and ivory box for her unguent, a perfumed, viscous substance made for external use. It is made of hippopotamus ivory and rosewood. (ca. 1295-1186 BC)

Ivory Unguent Box of Queen Nefertari Period:New Kingdom, RamessideDynasty:Dynasty of Ramesses II possiblyDate:ca.Geography:EgyptMedium:Ivory and EbonyVia: The Met

African Cultural Similarites, then and now.

African Cultural Similarites, then and now. - seemeflow

Image detail for -Cleopatra VII - The Free Online Dictionary and Encyclopedia (TFODE)

Cleopatra VII Philopator, queen of Egypt. She had a love affair with Julius Ceasar. They had a son, Ptolemeus XV Ceasarion.

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