Mummy ancestry proves biblical records
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September 2017 – New studies analyzing the DNA of mummies from ancient Egypt entombed in Abusir-el Meleq, Middle Egypt, found that the mummies’ genetics match that of ancient people from the Near East, Anatolia (Turkey), and Eastern Mediterranean.

The research, published May 30, 2017, was done through Germany’s University of Tubingen and the Max Planck Institute for the Science of Human History. It belies the scientific theory that people from Egypt and other African nations had the same origins, according to Adam Eliyahu Berkowitz of Breaking Israel News.

Instead, it backs up the Bible’s account attributing the origins of the different races to the various descendants of Noah.

“According to the Bible, [concerning two of the sons of Ham] Mizraim settled in Egypt whereas Cush settled in [Ethiopia], establishing two distinct and separate nations that did not share a common heritage,” Berkowitz said., 6/27/17;, 6/26/17