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LC control no.n 81103291
Descriptive conventionsrda
Geographic headingNubia
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Geographic subdivision usageNubia
بلاد النوبة
Associated countrySudan Egypt
Special noteNon-Latin script references not evaluated.
Found inShaʻrāwī, I. al-Khurāfah wa-al-usṭūrah fī bilād al-Nūbah, 1984: t.p. (bilād al-Nūbah = بلاد النوبة)
Early Makuria Research Project El-Zuma Cemetery, 2020: CIP galley (Nubia)
NGA GeoNames, viewed Mar. 23, 2021: Nubia (region in Sudan and Egypt; 20°00ʹ00ʺN 032°00ʹ00ʺE)
Encyclopedia of Ancient Egypt, 2012 viewed via Credo reference, Mar. 23, 2021: Nubia (the land composing modern Sudan below the first cataract of the Nile; called Ta-seti, Wawat, and Kush in reference to specific regions over the various historical eras; the prehistoric period (ca. 6000-3100 B.C.E.) culture of the area was based at modern Khartoum; from 4000 to 3100 B.C.E., the culture of Nubia was contemporaneous with Egypt's Nagada I and II)
Webster's New Geographical Dictionary, 1972: Nubia (region in Nile valley, Northeast Africa; extends northward to include Aswan and the First Cataract, but its boundaries indefinite; in ancient times for about 1800 years was subject to Egypt as part of Ethiopia; established its independence under Nubian kings and conquered Egypt (XXVth Dynasty, Ethiopian, 712-663 B.C.); now included in Sudan and Egypt)
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