The beauty of the big-boned Black Woman was global. And so was the awareness concerning her physique. As noted elsewhere in these series of notes, the
beauty of Black Women is not restricted to a narrow space in someone's limited cognizance. Ancient records show us she is geometrical and the
Candaces to be big-boned. This is data which cannot be disputed with any other data.
One may easily lose grasp of these facts when there doesn't exist a depth of historical knowledge concerning the beauty, intelligence and
sophistication of all Black Women.
Let us provide even more data to substantiate the fact advanced by us that the Candaces were known to be big-boned Black Women.
Everyone in the ancient world knew the Candaces to be big-boned Black Women.
On page 230 (second half of single two-volume compilation) of E.A. Wallis Budge's Osiris: The Egyptian Religion of Resurrection (1961, New
York: University Press), he offers a description of who he calls the "Queens of Meroe." Budge describes women with:
extraordinary girth of body and development of hip, and the great Candace Queens of Meroe are seen to be even larger. [end quote].