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The mission of the Save Nubia Project is to help raise awareness about the pending flooding of the central areas of the ancient Kushite and Nubian civilizations in the Sudan. There are a series of dams scheduled for construction which will cause the Nile River to back up, create a reservoir, flood countless ancient archaeological sites and displace well over 100,000 local Sudanese people.
Kiara Jones saved to Character Aesthetics
An Ancient African Nilotic, Bantu and Afro-asiatic Cushitic custom . If it is just white clay, animal fat and fragrance, the clay cone would appear white/greyish in color. When Red ocre is mixed with the white clay and animal fat, then the cone appears Reddish in color.
The ancient Egyptians used one term - KMT; to describe themselves, which means Black men. Egyptians never portrayed themselves as Asians or Europeans.
Maged Hassib saved to The great Ramessides
In Southern Africa at the beginning of the nineteenth (19th) century, Shaka Zulu set up Zulu Kingdom and completely changed its warfare.
Pipingsolutions saved to My Saves
Kandake Amanirenas was a queen of the ancient African Kingdom of Kush who was best known for skillfully defending her kingdom against the armies of the Roman Empire. Amanirenas was probably born between 60 and 50 B.C. and was the second of the eight Kandakes … Read MoreKandake Amanirenas (?-10 BC)
HOUSE MAKWAA saved to egyptian art
In many of the Egyptian tombs and cultures of the Nile, such as the Kingdom of Kush, they were usually used to leave… by lola-carola
murat duvarci saved to Victorian
This is the Ka statue of Tutankhamun. This has nothing to do with real skin color or black people this has to do with depiction and symbolism of the afterlife, immortality, rebirth, and regeneration. Ancient Egyptians were very clear on color depictions men were depicted in reddish brown hues and women were fair complexion because they were inside and the men were outside only the Nubians were depicted in a black color on walls but it has nothing to do with these statues which are symbolic.
Guy saved to Visages de l'Égypte antique
“@therenatural The “table of nations” scene found in the tomb of Ramses the third, illustrating how ancient Egyptians viewed and depicted themselves at the time”
Ms. Mitchell saved to ROYAL AFRICA
Shanakdakhete was a Queen of the Kingdom of Kush, when the polity was centered at Meroë. She is the earliest known ruling African queen of ancient Nubia and reigned from about 170 to 150 BC.
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