Africa is not only the birthplace of humanity, it is also the birthplace of human civilization. Most people are aware of the Pharaonic civilization of ancient Egypt is one of the world's oldest and longest-lasting. However, the nation of Ta-Seti predated Egyptian civilization.
According to Our Weekly, in 1962, a research team headed by Keith C. Seele, director of the University of Chicago's Oriental Institute Nubian Expedition, discovered a Pharaonic dynasty in Nubia that predated the first Pharaonic period in Kemet (Egypt). The area extended from northern Sudan to southern Kemet; in some literature it was referred to as ancient Ethiopia, or as in the Bible, Kush. Today, it is called Ta-Seti.
On March 1, 1979, The New York Times carried a front page article by Boyce Rensberger, with the headline: "Nubian Monarchy Called Oldest."
In the article, Rensberger wrote: "Evidence of the oldest recognizable monarchy in human history, preceding the rise of the earliest Egyptian kings by several generations, has been discovered in artifacts from ancient Nubia." He estimated that "The first kings of Ta-Seti may well have ruled about 5900 BC."
In this video Dr. Yosef Benjochannon discusses the civilizations of the nile valley and the origins of KMT/EGYPT, which lay in TA-SETI/KUSH.