Most cities of ancient Europe including those of Italy, such as
Sicily and Olbia, were founded by the descendents of the black 
son of Ham who were the Canaanite traders known as the 
Phoenicians. In later times, Italic tribes entered what is now Italy 
producing a population that now included whites as seen in the 
vase in picture 7. African (by physical appearance) gods were 
many in Rome including Silenius (1), Baccus (5), Hercules (5). 
Few historical figures are better known than Attila the Hun,
portrayed in his lifetime as African - as seen by his woolly hair (2), art history, Paul Marc Washington,