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We Are A Proud People that respect our ancestry bloodline of Numidian Amazigh Moors. We are the Numi Kingdom.,  After your Highnesses ended the war of the Moors, who reigned in Europe, and finished the battle of the great city of Granada, where this current year [1492] on the 2nd January, Her royal banners of Your Highnesses planted by force of arms on the towers of the Alhambra, which is the fortress of the said city, I saw the Moorish sultan issue from the gates of the said city, and kiss the royal hands of Your Highnesses…


Historian: has it that as the royal party moved south toward exile, they reached a rocky prominence which gave a last view of the city. Muhammad XII reined in his horse and, surveying for the last time the Alhambra and the green valley that spread below, burst into tears. When his mother approached him, she said: "Weep like a woman for what you could not defend as a ma." The spot from which Muhammad XII looked for the last time in Granada is known as "the moor's last sig" (el último suspiro del Moro).

Numidia Kingdom was established in 202 BC. Re-establish 2010 − Prince JamelEl'Oserr and His Princess were Coronated by High Priests. The Amazigh (Amazeegh) People chose them to lead the Moorish Kingdom in theAmerica'ss, The Prince and his Princess were given new names and titles. − Prince and the Princess be known as the Sovereign High King and High Queen of an ancient ancestry bloodline called Berbers" Mauri Amazing."

BRIEF: Numidia (Numi, Niumi)

From Algeria and Morocco, they later migrated to Spain. Often referred to as Islamic and Muslim people, it is not one group. It can mean a "tanned person," not necessarily one who is black (esp Spain and Portugal). Although Moors are often identified as Moslim, the term "Moor" predates Islam. The word originates in the Numidian Kingdom of Maure (Fula Mauri) in the third century BCE (now Algeria and Tunisia).

Numidia was full of tribes of Berber people (the Berbers are the indigenous people of North Africa.). These Mauri were trading partners of Carthage, Rome's enemy) The kings split and half aligned with Rome while the other aligned with Carthage. The succession of kings became messed up when an illegitimate son, Jugurtha, took the throne and started warring with his competition, Adherbal-- who fled to Rome   Romans settled this conflict by going to war with Numidia and then dividing the Numidian Kingdom into two parts.  Through bribery of Roman officials, Jugurtha got the more prosperous and more resource-rich half of the country en though he got what he wanted, Jugurtha began a war with Rome (and Abherdal) once more.

The military history of Africa is one of the oldest military histories in the world. Rica is an (In two exceptional cases, and contrast to these bloody wars, bothNamibia'ss South-West    e people of Carthage fought the bloody and lengthy) Punic Wars  (241 BC to 264 BC/ 2O1 BC to 218 BC/ 146 BC to 149 BC). ​. 3rd and 2nd century BC Kingdoms of Numidia (Numi)

This made a lot of Romans very angry, especially becauseJugurtha'ss casualties included influential Roman businessman Lucius Calpurnius Bestia led the army against Jurgurtha, who eventually surrenderedJugurtha'ss surrender was so favorable and effortless that an investigation was launched    ile in Rome, Jugurtha tried to assassinate a rival-- which led to his expulsion from the city    gurtha managed to kill another opponent through a combination of bribery and trickery to get the things he wanted Jugurtha tried a few more attacks on Rome, and it took a couple more generals to get him in check    entually, he was killed by being thrown into a pit to die    midia was divided up a few more times and eventually highly Romanized    e Berber people were increasingly Arabized over the centuries, especially during the Middle Ages during the Moslim conquest    is is when the term" "Moo" would begin to mean something more inclusive    e Mauri was an ancient Berber people inhabiting the territory of modern Algeria and Morocco    ch of that territory was annexed to the Roman empire in 44 AD    bgroups of Mauri continued to occupy the desert regions south of the Roman border    subgroup of the Mauri was known as the Mosulamii. Shakespeare was often wrong about things, used what he learned in school and band books, and by talking to people in combination with popular culture and public conception, many" "Moor" would be highly dark-skinned, and many would be tan.  


Bloodline of the Fala, Fula or Fulani or Fulbe (the latter being an Anglicization of the word in their language, Fulɓɓe) are an ethnic group of people spread over many countries, predominantly in West Africa, but found also in Central Africa and The Sudan of east Africa. The countries in Africa where they are present include Mauritania, Senegal, Guinea, The Gambia, Mali, Nigeria, Sierra Leone, Benin, Burkina Faso, Guinea Bissau, Cameroon, Côte d'Ivoire (Ivory Coast), Niger, Togo, the Central African Republic, Ghana, Liberia, and as far as Sudan in the east. Fulas are not a majority in every country they live, but in Guinea they represent a plurality of the population (largest single group).


The History of the Fulani/Fula

 The history of the Fulani seems to begin with the Berber people of North Africa in lands of Mauri, around the 8th or 11th century AD. As the Berbers migrated down from North Africa and mixed with the peoples in the Senegal region of West Africa the Fulani people came into existence. Over a thousand year period from AD 900 - 1900, they spread out over most of West Africa and even into some areas of Central Africa. Some groups of Fulani have been found as far as the western borders of Ethiopia. The origin of the Fulani in ancient Egypt or the Upper Nile valley [3], written records suggest that the Fulani spread from West Africa (currently Senegal, Guinea, Mauritania) around 1000 years ago, reaching the Lake Chad Basin 500 years later [4, 5]. They founded several theocratic states such as Massina [6], Sokoto [7], or Takrur [8], and many Fulani abandoned the nomadic lifeway and settled down, including in large migrated eastward they came into contact with different African tribes. As they encountered these other peoples, they conquered the less powerful tribes. Along the way many Fulani completely or partially abandoned their traditional nomadic life in favor of a sedentary existence in towns or on farms among the conquered peoples. The nomadic Fulani continued eastward in search of the best grazing land for their cattle. Their lives revolved around and were dedicated to their herds. The more cattle a man owned, the more respect he was given. Today, some estimate as many as 18 million Fulani people stretch across the countries of West Africa. They remain to be the largest group of nomadic people in the world. ant.


Our ancient history

Numidia (Berber: Inumiden; 202–40 BC) was the ancient kingdom of the Numidians located in what is now Algeria and a smaller part of Tunisia and small part of Libya in the Maghreb. The polity was originally divided between Massylii in the east and Masaesyli in the west. During the Second Punic War (218–201 BC), Masinissa, king of the Massylii, defeated Syphax of the Masaesyli to unify Numidia into one kingdom.

The kingdom began as a sovereign state and later alternated between being a Roman province and a Roman client state. Numidia, at its largest extent, was bordered by the Kingdom of Mauretania to the west, at the Moulouya River, Africa Proconsularis (now part of Tunisia) to the east, the Mediterranean Sea to the north, and the Sahara to the south. It is considered to be one of the first major states in the history of Algeria and the Berber world.

Formation The Kingdom of Numidia was formed from the original Kingdom of Carthage. The Numidians were divided into two great tribal groups. These were the Massylii in the East and Masaesyli in the West. During the second Punic War, Massylii originally sided with Carthage, while Masaesyli, under the leadership of King Syphax allied themselves with the Roman Empire. However, in 206 BC, the new King of Massylii sided with Rome, leading Syphax to ally himself with Carthage.

This would prove a mistake as the Romans would claim victory over Carthage, and hand over Numidia to the Massylii. Thus, King Masnissa would become the first King of the Kingdom of Numidia History After he had united both parts of the Kingdom of Numidia, King Masnissa set about expanding the Kingdom. He was a long-lived ruler, ruling Numidia for around 54 years until dying at about the age of 90. He was vigorous to the end, and led his troops until his death. He would remain a staunch ally of the Roman Empire.

Polybius, a Greek Historian bestowed the greatest of praise upon him, calling him, “the best man of all the kings of our time.” King Masnissa wanted a self-sufficient, strong and stable state, so he introduced Carthaginian agricultural techniques and forced many Numidians to work as peasant farmers. This was particularly important as Numidia had been seen as an undeveloped region.

However, by the end of his reign, Polybius would state that, “his greatest and most divine achievement was this: Numidia had been before his time universally unproductive, and was looked upon as incapable of producing any cultivated fruits. He was the first and only man who showed that it could produce cultivated fruits just as well as any other country” On the military front, King Masnissa knew the value of keeping good relations with the Romans, and also realized that he needed to create a strong army to ensure his Kingdom was safe from Carthage.

He would continue expanding his territories, with Roman help. He would provoke the Third Punic war by raiding Carthage’s settlements, but would die in 148 BC. He was succeeded by his son Micipsa, who was given charge of the Kingdom’s Capital and Treasure, while his brothers owned the office of Justice and War. His brothers however, soon passed away, leaving him as the sole ruler. He would continue the alliance with Rome, but had his own reservations, believing that the Romans were not completely in favour of the Kingdom of Numidia.

It was under his reign that the threat of Carthage would finally be destroyed. Despite his suspicion of the Romans, he would continue to aid them, during their war efforts, and would modernize the army. It was the war between his son’s on his death that would lead to the eventual breakup of the Kingdom of Numidia. Achievements One of the greatest achievements of the Kingdom of Numidia was the introduction of Agriculture to the reason. Once seen as a wasteland with no real agricultural prospects, Numidia would become the breadbasket of Rome, all thanks to modern agricultural techniques, which were learned from Carthage.

This innovation would lead to the stability of the Kingdom of Numidia. The most renowned innovation of Numidia was the Numidian Cavalry. A Roman Historian, Livy, would describe them as, “by far the best horsemen in Africa”. The Numidian cavalry’s horses were the ancestors of the Berber horse. These horses were smaller than the other horses of the era, however, they would move much faster, especially over longer distances. Numidian Cavalry The Numidian horsemen would ride without saddles or bridles. They would, instead control their mounts with a simple rope around their horse’s neck.

Unlike other cavalry of the time,they had no armour except for a round leather shield. Their main weapon was the Javelin, along with a small sword, which they would carry. It was their agility, and their expert control of their horses that would compensate for the lack of armour and heavy weapons. For this reason, they were experts at harassing tactics, and could frustrate less mobile armies. This was discovered by the Great Roman Emperor Julius Caesar himself, when his soldiers were frustrated in Africa. However, their weakness was that without support, they could not stand their ground against heavier cavalry.

Caesar, after being frustrated by the Numidians, would send heavily armed horsemen who would rout large bodies of the Numidians. However, in smaller wars, this cavalry was without comparison and provided with proper support, were the best horsemen in the World. In the second Punic war, Hannibal would deploy Numidian Cavalry to lure the Romans into traps, such as in the Battle of Trebia. The Romans too would soon learn to use Numidian Cavalry for their own benefit. Under the Kingdom of Numidia, this cavalry would become more modernized, with better armour, as supplied by the Romans, but just as mobile.

Even after the Numidian Empire was at an end, the Roman army would employ Numidian light cavalry in separate units for centuries, as their value was such that it could not be replaced. Currency The Numidians had their own currency and coins, which had the galloping horse inscribed on it. This would represent the Cavalry of the Numidians.