Index
Abderos, 443 n.4
Aberdeen, Aberdonian, 121, 172, 221–
22, 285
Abolition(ism/ists), 7, 23, 188, 426 n.61
Abydos, 130–31, 306, 387
Achaia, Achaians. See Aḫḫiyawa
Achilles, 361–62, 443 n.4; and Gilga-
mesh, 321, 333, 340
Adôni-Adonis, 342
Aegean, 11, 36–38, 45, 52; Egyptian
contacts with, 212–15; substratum,
111. See also Aegyptus-Aiguptos;
Trade
Aegina, 190
Aegyptus-Aiguptos, 117, 380
Aeschylus, 3, 297, 322, 362
African, 2, 93; civilizations, 28; East,
73; influence on Greece, 16
‘‘African Athena,’’ 29, 158, 160, 210
Afroasiatic, 19, 74, 84, 103, 117, 126,
137, 141, 210, 216, 381
Afrocentri(c/ism), 13, 16–17, 41, 67,
251, 256, 284, 286, 329, 371–72,
374–77, 382, 384, 389, 392–93; Afro-
centrists as ‘‘enemies of freedom,’’
379–80
Agamemnon, 335
Agios Onouphrios: pottery, 205
Ahab, 353–54
Aḫḫiyawa, Achaia, 75
Ahhotpe, Queen, 48–49, 88
Ahmose, 49, 88
Aithiops, 93–95. See also Ethiopia(n)
Akhenaten (Amenhotep IV), 32, 331,
335–36. See also Oedipus
Akherōn, 339
Akkad, 35
Akkadian, 135, 137, 318–20, 323, 327,
329
Akusilaos, 95
Al Azhar, 389
Albright, W. F., 140, 323–24
Alexander the Great, 45–46, 60, 278,
393, 398
Alexandria: library at, 374
Alice, 236
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