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Soleb. Ancient Egyptian temple site in Kush, on the west bank of the Nile, right south of the 3rd cataract in modern Sudan.

Soleb. Ancient Egyptian temple site in Kush, on the west bank of the Nile, right south of the 3rd cataract in modern Sudan.

sudan - the black pharaohs | by Retlaw Snellac Photography

sudan - the black pharaohs | by Retlaw Snellac Photography

Royaume de Koush - La pyramide N19 (au centre) du site de Méroé, dans l'antique Nubie égyptienne, et l'actuel Soudan.

Royaume de Koush - La pyramide N19 (au centre) du site de Méroé, dans l'antique Nubie égyptienne, et l'actuel Soudan.

Soleb. Ancient Egyptian temple site in Kush, on the west bank of the Nile, right south of the 3rd cataract in modern Sudan.

Soleb. Ancient Egyptian temple site in Kush, on the west bank of the Nile, right south of the 3rd cataract in modern Sudan.

This is a beautiful gold and cloisonne pendant of the Necropolis Of Meroe. Egypt, ca 332-30 B.C.

This is a beautiful gold and cloisonne pendant of the Necropolis Of Meroe. Egypt, ca 332-30 B.C.

sudan - the black pharaohs | by Retlaw Snellac Photography

sudan - the black pharaohs | by Retlaw Snellac Photography

Kerma

Kerma

sudan - the black pharaohs | by Retlaw Snellac Photography

sudan - the black pharaohs | by Retlaw Snellac Photography

Relief de la reine Tiy, calcaire, H: 42 cm, vers 1375 av. J-C Égypte | KMKG

Relief de la reine Tiy, calcaire, H: 42 cm, vers 1375 av. J-C Égypte | KMKG

Soleb, Sudan Ancient Egyptian temple site in Kush, on the west bank of the Nile, right south of the 3rd cataract in modern Sudan. The temple here was built in the 14th century BCE by the command of Amenophis III and dedicated to Amon-Re of Karnak and Nebmaatre, which was both a deified version of the king himself and a local variant of Khonsu.

Soleb, Sudan Ancient Egyptian temple site in Kush, on the west bank of the Nile, right south of the 3rd cataract in modern Sudan. The temple here was built in the 14th century BCE by the command of Amenophis III and dedicated to Amon-Re of Karnak and Nebmaatre, which was both a deified version of the king himself and a local variant of Khonsu.

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