But now that you seem to be on to something, I am curius. What slave master were you thinking of. I ask this considering the fact, that the African has had so many slave masters throughout the cource of history. And the ironic thing, is that all of our conquerors wrote books, and saw themselves as scholars.
Africans have been conqured by the Hyksos/Asians, Romans, Greeks, Macedonians, babylonians, Turks, Moors, Arabs, Americans, French, Germans, Italians, etc......
So one can easily be confused as to the distinct and particular slave manster you speak of. For there where many books written by all of the above.
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