Sudan: Temple Graffiti Reveals Stories From Ancient Sudan – AuthenticAfrican

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[The Conversation Africa] Today the northern region of Sudan that borders with Egypt is mostly desert. But this part of the Nile's valley was once home to a powerful African civilisation called Kush. It traded gold and the products of inner Africa to Egypt and the Mediterranean world beyond. Kush was a major power in this region for over 2000 years, reaching its largest extent when it conquered Egypt and ruled as its 25th Dynasty from about 725-653 BCE.