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Skeleton for a pregnant woman of 3500 B.C. years in Egypt

Skeleton for a pregnant woman of 3500 B.C. years in Egypt

The Italian-American Joint Archaeological Mission in the historic city of Kom Ombo in Egyptian, province of Aswan, uncovered a grave of a pregnant woman in her final months. Histo ...

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American university professors visit Bagrawiya Pyramids

American university professors visit Bagrawiya Pyramids

American professors delegation, experts of International Institute of Education in Washington and a number of Sudanese professors at American universities visited Shendi Universit ...

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Documentation of artifacts at the Shikan Museum

Documentation of artifacts at the Shikan Museum

Minister of Culture and Information of North Kordofan State at the Shikan Museum inaugurated the process of documenting archaeological artifacts and by making a complete record ca ...

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Ethiopia to participate in National Tourism Day in Sennar

Ethiopia to participate in National Tourism Day in Sennar

Sennar State received an Ethiopian delegation to participate in the National Tourism Day headed by Ethiopian envoy of the General Consulate, Lelina Gera Maskal. State Minister of ...

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Memorandum of Understanding between UNESCO and Sudan Tourism Authority

Memorandum of Understanding between UNESCO and Sudan Tourism Authority

UNESCO, Barkal Mountain Festival Committee, and the Antiquities Authority and t Museum on Tuesday signed a memorandum of understanding for cultural and tourism cooperation. The me ...

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Sudan obtains Golden Shield at South Korea Exhibition

Sudan obtains Golden Shield at South Korea Exhibition

The Minister of Tourism, Archeology and Wildlife, Mohamed Abu Zaid Mustafa said that Sudan obtained Golden Shield in recognition of his outstanding participation in the 33rd sessi ...

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Sudan inaugurates the 9th pyramid tombs of King Tabark in Nile state

Sudan inaugurates the 9th pyramid tombs of King Tabark in Nile state

Yesterday evening, Sudan reopened the tombs of the 9th pyramid of King Tabrek in Baghrawia region in the Nile River state, which dates back to the year 2007 BC. It includes a numb ...

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Resumption of archaeological researches in Darfur and Kordofa states

Resumption of archaeological researches in Darfur and Kordofa states

The National Commission for Antiquities and Museums in Sudan announced the resumption of archaeological discovering processes in the states of Darfur and Kordofan after a halt of ...

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Police seize a priceless archeological master piece in central Sudan

Police seize a priceless archeological master piece in central Sudan

  A police checkpoint carrying out a routine check has found a priceless gold statue dating back to the pre-Christian Nubian kingdoms, it was announced here Friday. Brigadier ...

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(6) Thousands of archaeological sites in Sudan were discovered within Qatar project

(6) Thousands of archaeological sites in Sudan were discovered within Qatar project

SMC,The general coordinator of Qatar project for Sudanese relics Dr. Salah Mohamed Ahmed revealed that the number of new archaeological sites discovered within the project amounte ...

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