User:Jim Groovester/Niggaples

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Niggaples was an ancient Greek scholar, mathematician, and philosopher. He was a contemporary of Socrates and Plato, and was famous for making astounding discoveries to which his colleagues would shout his name in astonishment.

Early Life[edit]

Niggaples' location of birth is not well documented. Niggaples himself never wrote about his own origins, instead focusing on shocking the academic world of his time. From contemporary texts, historians have gathered that he is a native of the Africa, and most historians agree that he was likely from Nubia. It has been a constant matter of debate why a Nubian would leave Nubia, travel through Egypt and eventually make his way to Greece. Some scholars speculate that Herodotus, in his travels, met a young Niggaples and told him, "Hey, there's this place called Greece. You should visit sometime."