Kush: Ancient Sudan

Khartoum neolithic ceramics. Nabta Playa. Vulva petroglyphs. Stone figurines. Female icons of the “A-group” neolithic. Incised and painted pottery. Ritual stands. C-group archaeology. Megalithic burials. New styles of female figurines and incised ceramics. Black-on-red pots, a Nile valley pattern shared with late neolithic Egypt. The Kerma culture, class stratified kingdom with impressive architecture. Ivory hippo women, with same curved knife and crocodile teeth as Kemetic Taweret.


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