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Younger Sudanese rediscovering the nation’s historic historical past – BBC Information



Sudanese hopes to capitalize on tourism after the US lifts sanctions. A bit recognized reality about Sudan is that it truly has extra historic pyramids than …

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Hampdood84
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Hampdood84

Africa is a cesspool neglect

squiredog
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squiredog

A product of…………….slave labor!

Dr. David Prystupa
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Dr. David Prystupa

The relics should be a source of pride for the descendants of the people who produced them: a record of their contribution to all that followed.

ሰላማዊ ነኝ
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ሰላማዊ ነኝ

It feels great.
I like Sudanese but I don't like the Sudanese government።
from Ethiopia

Ralph Bernhard
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Ralph Bernhard

So the Egyptians only build big pyramids because the Nubians had small ones?
Sounds like those ridiculous modern billionaires with their "want a bigger yacht", because another billionaire has one…

PureBlooded
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PureBlooded

Noone discussing who destroyed the pyramids as described here?

Ecléctico Iconoclasta
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Ecléctico Iconoclasta

What I cannot understand is that the sudanese state seems mostly absent from that place.

Raptorous Rex
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Raptorous Rex

Nubia

theokchannel
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theokchannel

Look upon my works ye mighty and despair

Ahmed Zaki
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Ahmed Zaki

Lol that Italian explorer….no fs given whatsoever

Blazed and Confused
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Blazed and Confused

BBC cares about the ancient precious history of any country that isn't Britain.

Tessy
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Tessy

What is his full name?

Bilis Fund
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Bilis Fund

Black Adam's home? Not srs.

Silas Kay
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Silas Kay

What's with the anti-semitism in the comments? And what does it have to do with ancient Sudan?

Salsabilla
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Salsabilla

Destroyed by Europeans again, sounds familiar

Santo Diablo
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Santo Diablo

hi bbc news… please you should put subtitles about what you say on your videos …. we can learn english this way too…thanks

Mohammed Moneim
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Mohammed Moneim

nice work guys🤣

eXcommunicate1979
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eXcommunicate1979

I wonder why they didn't mention which site this was. I believe Kerma, Napata, and Meroe all have pyramids.

L Ngu
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L Ngu

That young man should receive support from international organizations to help him in his selfless protection of these historical monuments!

222222e
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222222e

I want to go to Sudan and see the pyramids, but is it safe, and does anyone have any contacts?

Knew it?
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Knew it?
KEVIN HESKETH
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KEVIN HESKETH

Great to see people respect their heritage,it's so important.British culture and heritage is polluted with rubbish made up in the USA.They'd even steal a mans life for some sadistic pleasure.

Eriks Majakov
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Eriks Majakov

that kid is so gay lol

Jorge Gonzales
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Jorge Gonzales

THEY WUZ KANGZ AND SHIEEET!

eXcommunicate1979
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eXcommunicate1979

These are the Kushites. They were a kingdom of mixed ancestry, including Nuba, Blemmyes [Bejas], and the famous Nubians, among many others. Their major cities were Kerma, Napata, and then Meroe. These are the "Nubian" blacks who invaded Egypt and set up the 25th Egyptian Dynasty, which lasted only about 70 years before getting kicked out by the Assyrians. The Kushites fought against and also traded with multiple empires and kingdoms, including the Egyptians, Assyrians, Persians, Greek-Ptolemaic Egypt, Rome, and then finally Axum, who destroyed Meroe and instituted the Axumite kingdom. The Kushites were a force for nearly 1000 years… Read more »

Michael Mariner
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Michael Mariner

Will the Western 'Propped up & funded ISIS' Destroy this History like they did in Palmyra and All over the mid east too!!

dAn
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dAn

Surreptitious. Spurious. Imitate. The indigenous people.