ZIPPORRAH Wife of the Writer of the First Five Books of the Bible And Miriam and Aaron spake against Moses because of the Ethiopian woman he had married: for he had married an Ethiopian woman.” (Num. 12:1) Members of both Christian and Jewish faiths are usually surprised to learn that the man God chose to write the first five books of the Bible was married to a black woman and suffered persecution for it. Moses’ wife was of Ethiopian (Cushitic) descent and her name was Zipporah.
King Tut's grandmother Queen Tiye, the mother of Pharaoh Akhenaten. The hairpiece behind her is believed to have been made up of her own hair. It has not disintegrated because of the mummification process and the dry conditions within the tomb
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Our hands are not so soft, but they can serve. Our bodies not so white, but they are strong. Our lips are not perfumed, but they speak the truth. Love is not an art to us. It's life to us. We are not dressed in gold and fine linen. Strength and honor are our clothing. Our tents are not the columned halls of Egypt, but our children play happily before them. We can offer you little... but we offer all we have. - Sephora, a peasant wife of Moses 27x39 inches | Shop…
This portion of a comic portrays, through both the text and the image, many classic Jewish stereotypes. From a pictorial standpoint, the noses of both Moses and his wife are prominent-- marking the Jewish nose. The text and the picture together bring light upon another classic Jewish stereotype-- the Jewish wife, who is conventionally thought to be controlling with an "always correct" demeanor. Apparently, Moses's wife was correct yet again.