That wasn't any "meltdown",Curious Me said
GIVE IT UP, you pathetically dümb stúpid bítch.
Your poorly understood, fairly obscure, and narrowly focused archaic references
Your meltdown and insults must be directed at Westerners (Europeans and Americans) who have described the Moors or ancient Berbers as people with black skin and have equated the word maurus/moor with black or dark brown color.
1) in dozen of traditions like the Moor's head or the Morcic which are part of the black-a-moor imagery and heraldry;
2) in countless of expressions like black as a Moor or as any Moor, blacking up as a Moor or to play the Moor and the blackface Moor;
3) in ads (Sarotti Mohr, Mohren Brau, Meinl Moor);
4) in artistic representations like the Moretti and the famous Wild Men and Moor tapestry;
5) in old scientific names for plants or animals like Macacus Maurus aka N@gro Monkey or Moor pepper aka N@gro pepper;
6) in travel narratives or historical documentation. Historian Strabo clearly indicated that the Mauretanii were black skinned. Encyclopedist and Saint, Isidore of Seville described the Moors has having bodies black as night;
7) in dishes, recipes or beverages like the following
-Moors and Christian dish (Spanish): black beans and white rice
-Moricaud (French) fondant au chocolat et aux amandes
-mohr-im-hemd (Austrian) Mohr im Hemd is a baked chocolate nut dessert.
-morhernkoft (German) chocolate-covered cream cake
-Moricaud, black coffee http://www.cnrtl.fr/definition/moricaud
8) in old European children songs like the Dutch song Moriaantje about a litte Moor as black as soot;
9) in entries in etymological dictionaries, the word moor was a synonym for n@gro. http://www.etymonline.com/index.php... Moor (n.)
10)-In Wikipedia different languages versions (including the Spanish version) of the word moor and its derivatives in other languages, clearly indicating that moor comes from the Latin maurus and Greek mavro, meaning black.
11) in the MODERN USE of the word moor or its derivative for black skinned Africans. The Greeks call Blacks mavros; the Polish murzyn.
12) in modern books like the one written in 1979 by Hans Debrunner, a Swiss missionary about the presence and prestige of Africans in Europe before 1918
13) in cultural practices or dances lke the Moor scrubbers Mohrenwäscher of Germany, the Morris Dance or the Moresca.
14) In exotic rituals of European royalty or high society who had black skinned Africans as Court or Chamber Moors
15) in legal documents
Sec. 4. The term ne.gro is confined to slave Africans,(the ancient Berbers) and their descendants
16) in the study of the language spoken by Mozarabes by European scholar Simonet, mauro meant n@gro and corresponded to Castillian usage in which moro was applied to horse whose color was n@gro.
17) In early colonial America where the word Moor was still commonly used for African slaves
THAT WAS A TAKEDOWN, you MORON.
NONE of your worthless spittle can be said to constitute any sort of actual scientific evidence, therefore NONE of your above ramblings has ANY SORT OF COUNTERING RELEVANCE to the legitimate and indisputable anthropological scientific evidence that abounds contrary to any and all parts of your delusional búllshít, fool.