D’mt one of four Turkic Mongolian Mamluk Regimes after the Hyksos

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D'mt one of four Turkic Mongolian Mamluk Regimes after the Hyksos D’mt one of four Turkic Mongolian Mamluk Regimes after the Hyksos

The D’mt was a Sabaean Mamluk (slave soldier) colony. It was a base for the slave trade, plunder, mercenaries, and invasion, but some describe it as a kingdom that was founded in Puntland after being overthrown. The colony was created in 980 BC and continued until 400 BC when it disintegrated into the unknown kingdoms and were fought by the Axumites for 500 years and in 100 AD the Axumites established their kingdom and liberated their country from the Sabaeans and their collaborators. Through D’mt Sabaeans destroyed the ancient Punt civilization and created a spearhead in Eritrea and northern Ethiopia, and from there they spread in the Horn of Africa, Eastern Sudan and South Kerma upstream the Fourth Cataract of the Nile River.

The creation of D’mt coincided with the civil war in Punt between the tribes of Israel…

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