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The Kingdom of Makuria at its maximum territorial extent around 960, after a raid that reached as far north as Akhmim
The Kingdom of Makuria at its maximum territorial extent around 960, after a raid that reached as far north as Akhmim
A model of the Faras Cathedral at the state of its excavation in the early 1960s. The discovery of the church and its magnificent paintings revolution
A model of the Faras Cathedral at the state of its excavation in the early 1960s. The discovery of the church and its magnificent paintings revolutionized the knowledge of Christian Nubia.
19th century ground plan of the tumulus field of Tanqasi (late 3rd—first half of the 6th century). Since then, many new tumuli have been noted there,
19th century ground plan of the tumulus field of Tanqasi (late 3rd—first half of the 6th century). Since then, many new tumuli have been noted there, although most of them still await excavation.
Burial within a tumulus of the tumulus field of Kassinger Bahri (second half of the 4th century–early 6th century)
Burial within a tumulus of the tumulus field of Kassinger Bahri (second half of the 4th century–early 6th century)
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A page from an Old Nubian translation of the Investiture of the Archangel Michael, from the 9th–10th century, found at Qasr Ibrim, now at the British
A page from an Old Nubian translation of the Investiture of the Archangel Michael, from the 9th–10th century, found at Qasr Ibrim, now at the British Museum. Michael's name appears in red with a characteristic epenthetic -ⲓ.
Parchment page of the Bible, part of the New Testament (Corinthians and Hebrews) in written in Old Nubian. 9th–10th century CE. From Qasr Ibrahim, Egy
Parchment page of the Bible, part of the New Testament (Corinthians and Hebrews) in written in Old Nubian. 9th–10th century CE. From Qasr Ibrahim, Egypt. British Museum.