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Archaeologists Find Hieroglyphics That Shed New Light on the Golden Age of the
King Natakamani and Queen Amanitore honoring the god Apedemak. ( Saint Louis University ). According to the researchers, the base for a sacred boat was located in the "naos" or central hall of the building.
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Royal City Tells Bright History of Grandfathers
He noted a very prominent Nubian god was the lion-deity Apedemak, a god of war whose popularity increased substantially in this period. Local gods were often associated with Egyptian ones: in Lower Nubia, the God Mandulis, for example, was considered ...
'Evil Eye' Box and Other Ancient Treasures Found in Nile River Cemetery
A 2,000-year-old cemetery with several underground tombs has been discovered near the Nile River in Sudan.

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