Napata's territory expanded, and during the reign of King Piye (reign ca 743–712 B.C.), it expanded north of the first cataract, conquering Egypt itself. The Nubian kings ruled Egypt as pharaohs ...
According to Nubian Pharaohs and Meroitic Kings: The Kingdom of Kush — Amanishakheto was the daughter of King Amanikable, and married to King Teriteqas “as a non-ruling partner.” She ascended to the ...
The history of Nubia, the land south of Egypt ... Meroe was repeatedly a refuge for Napatan and Meroitic kings when they retreated from world powers who penetrated down the Nile. It lay just beyond ...
The Kingdom of Nubia and Egypt stretched 1,200 miles from the junction of the White Nile and the Blue Nile near modern Khartoum in Sudan, north to the Nile delta on the Mediterranean Sea. For nearly a ...
In 2006, she published a book titled Nubian Pharaohs and Meroitic Kings: The Kingdom Of Kush. Harkless also served on numerous civic organizations, including the Lexington Art League and the Prichard ...
The Pharaohs of the early dynasties (3050-2613 ... the Meroitic Empire flourished and slowly expanded through northern Sudan and Upper Nubia. By the reign of Ptolemy IV (222-204 BC), the Meroitic King ...
By the late Intermediate Period (c 1786-1567 BC) the peoples of Kerma, near the third Cataract, extended their influence northward and their rulers gained control of Lower Nubia over the Pharaohs.
Meroe lies around 200 kilometres (120 miles) north-east of Khartoum, the capital of Sudan, and was the last capital of Kush, also called Nubia ... one-ton statue of King Taharqa, the most famous of ...
Thanks to Africa’s deep history museums ... more than 40 Nubian kings and queens who led the Kushite kingdom that rose to power and affluence in 1000 BC, after the fall of the 24th Egyptian Dynasty.