Nubian king's tomb from the 25th dynasty. El-Kurru was one of the royal cemeteries used by the Nubian royal family. Egyptian empire began to decay in 1000BC and in 660BC Kingdom of Kush ruled an empire stretching from central Sudan to the borders of Palestine.
- RANDY OLSON
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- Sudan's Uncivil War_National Geographic Magazine 2/2003