Nubian History in Brief

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http://forkfalse.xyz proeven praktijkcentrum raalte http://forkfalse.xyz proeven praktijkcentrum raalte evan mac gregor evan mac gregor Bianchi, Robert S., (2004).  Daily Life of the Nubians, Greenwood Press.

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O’Connor, David, (1993).  Ancient Nubia: Egypt’s Rival in Africa, University Museum, University of Pennsylvania, Philadelphia.

Ritner, Robert, (2005). The Lost Land of Nubia: Egypt’s Southern Neighbor in Africa, The Oriental Institute of the University of Chicago (retrieved from http://oi.uchicago.edu/research/is/nubia2005.html).

Service, Pamela F., (1998).  The Ancient  African Kingdom of Kush, Benchmark Books

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