Mycenaeans learned from Kemet, called Egypt in Greek
It existed since at least 3000 B.C
Around 3,000 to 2,000 BCE, Mycenae was a major cultural center in Greece. Its inhabitants were known as Mycenaeans. Ras Kass says the Mycenaeans learned from Egyptian scholars. “Egypt” is actually the Greek name for “Kemet”, which is how the natives of [Ancient Egypt] referred to their country.
Kemet literally meant “the black land” in the ancient Egyptian language; one theory being that it refers to the black soil of the Nile Delta.
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