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The Black man with the world on his back states to the Black woman; "You Deserve The World"

The Black man with the world on his back states to the Black woman; "You Deserve The World"

Prospero Fontana  The Adoration of the Magi  Italy (c. 1548)  Gemäldegalerie, Berlin

Prospero Fontana The Adoration of the Magi Italy (c. 1548) Gemäldegalerie, Berlin

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King Tutankhamen. Guardian Ka statue (#22) of the king. It once stood to the right, guarding the entrance to his burial chamber.

King Tutankhamen. Guardian Ka statue (#22) of the king. It once stood to the right, guarding the entrance to his burial chamber.

(The Moorish king Caspar)by Hendrick Heerschop (1626– 1690)Since the seventh century in the Western Church, the Magi have been identified as Caspar, Melchior and Balthasar.However the earliest tradition is inconsistent as to the number of the Magi. The Eastern tradition favored twelve Magi. In the West, several of the early Church fathers — including Origen, St. Leo the Great and St. Maximus of Turin — accepted three Magi.

(The Moorish king Caspar)by Hendrick Heerschop (1626– 1690)Since the seventh century in the Western Church, the Magi have been identified as Caspar, Melchior and Balthasar.However the earliest tradition is inconsistent as to the number of the Magi. The Eastern tradition favored twelve Magi. In the West, several of the early Church fathers — including Origen, St. Leo the Great and St. Maximus of Turin — accepted three Magi.

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