MOTHER'S DAY GIFT: BLACK PHAROAHS, NATIONAL GEOGRAPHIC magazine-- February, 2008 edition/Black history/African history/Egyptian history/Kush/Meroe
The Kingdom of Kush, the magnificence of the city of Meroe, forgotten Black pharoahs and more await in this National Geographic portrait of the Black dynasties that ruled what is now Egypt. The hidden history of the region that comprises modern Egypt and the Sudan is portrayed, highlighting Nubian culture, the accomplishments of Black rulers, and citing many little known facts. For example, did you know that there are more pyramids in the Sudan than in Egypt?
This issue casts light on civilizations belittled or denied by Egyptologists in the past. This Black Pharoahs issue of National Geographic makes an excellent gift for a collector or student, or a meaningful addition to your own library.
The magazine was previously in one owner's private collection, and is in very good vintage condition.
This important history would make a stunning addition to your home, or to gift to your favorite collector or organization.
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