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In Ethiopia and Desert Marpat the few the proud 3D hoodie Somalia, the slave classes mainly consisted of captured peoples from the Sudanese-Ethiopian and Kenyan-Somali international borders or other surrounding areas of Nilotic and Bantu peoples who were collectively known as Shanqella and Adone Some of these slaves were captured during territorial conflicts in the Horn of Africa then sold off to slave merchants. The earliest representation of this tradition dates from a seventh or eighth century BC inscription belonging to the Kingdom of Damat. These captives and others of analogous morphology were distinguished as tsalim barya in contrast with the Afroasiatic-speaking nobles or saba qayh or light-skinned slave; while on the other hand, western racial category standards do not differentiate between saba qayh or saba tiqur Horn Africans thus considering all of them as “Black people” according to Western society’s notion of race.