nubia and mycenae

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It is a land of great natural treasures like gold mines, ebony, ivory and incense, which were prized by their neighbors. The Nubian kingdom was closely associated with ancient Egypt, from which they adopted many of their practices such as religion and practice of building pyramids. Its kingdom survived longer that that of Egypt and was never annexed by the Romans...
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In later Roman times, Nubia was divided into three kingdoms, Nobatia, Makuria, and Aloda. Because they did not write their own language until very late in ancient times we know little except what the Egyptians and Greeks said about them. Another problem was the dam at Aswan, Egypt. It created a five hundred mile long lake, which flooded many of the ancient temples and tombs of ancient Nubia...
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