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Onderka Pavel

Nubia in the Time of the Pharaohs

National Museum, Prague, 40 p.

Exhibition Catalogue

ISBN: 80-7036-197-2

The Exhibition Catalogue introduces the culture and history of Nubia in the time of the Egyptian Pharaohs. At the time of the birth of a centralised State in Egypt, aboriginal cultures developed in Nubia and, as early as the middle of the 3rd Millennium B.C., the first centralised State of Sub-Saharan Africa was created – the so-called Kingdom of Kerma (2500 - 1500 B.C.) This State fell victim to the expansionary policy of the New Kingdom (1550 - 1070 B.C.), during the existence of which Nubia fell under the rule of the Pharaohs. Independent Nubia prospered again in the period of the Kingdom of Napata (1000 - 300 B.C.), after which the Kingdom of Meroe followed (300 B.C. – 350 A.D.) The catalogue includes illustrations and the description of thirty exhibits related to this theme from the exhibits of the National Museum – the Náprstek Museum and the Municipal Museum in Moravská Třebová.

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