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The Sudan National Museum

The Sudan National Museum, situated in Khartoum near the confluence of the two Niles, opened in 1971. Originally an archaeological museum constructed to house the numerous artifacts and monuments from Sudanese Nubba rescued during the 1960s UNESCO campaign, it now hosts one of the finest collections of antiquities in the world and it continues to grow as the result of an ever expanding program of more

  

Kushite Pyramids

Unlike Egyptian Pyramids, the Kushite was a solid monument lacking any internal chambers. It was erected over top of the deceased's burial chamber or chambers to serve as a memorial monument, but the two were structurally independent. Its side is steeper than those of Egyptian pyramids, usually constructed at an angle between 60-65 degrees and the maximum height reached is about 30m. Today, the be more

  

The Kingdom of Kush – From Napta to Meroe

The King's of Kush were forced out of Egypt by the Assyrian invasions. Following king Tanwetamani, there is no evidence to suggest that the Kushite kings made further attempts to reconquer Egypt, but such a military action might have provoked the campaign of the Egyptian Pharaoh Pasmtic II into Nubia in 593BC. Pasmtic's war is recorded in official inscriptions, graffiti from Greek mercenary soldie more

  

NAGA

Naga is also located in the Butana, about 20 km south of Musawwarat es-sufra. The site contains many beautifully decorated sandstone temples such as the Lion Temple, The Hathor Sanctuary (Kiosk) and the Amun Temple. This is in addition to other civic buildings, unexcavated cemeteries and two hafirs. Naga is in particular is a brilliant example of what was achieved by the Kushites: the constructio more

  

Kushite Kingdom of Kerma (2500-1500BC)

Kerma is situated 40km to the north of Dongola near the 3rd cataract. Around 2500BC, one of the earliest urban centers in Sub-Saharan Africa developed there and was capital of a kingdom referred to in Egyptian hieroglyphic texts as the kingdom of Kush. At its height, this powerful kingdom controlled the area from upstream of the 4th cataract at least as far as Mograt island (and perhaps beyond), t more

  

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