Desertification and climate change are threatening ancient sites in the Sahara.
Why Sudan’s Remarkable Ancient Civilization Has Been Overlooked by History; Isma’il Kushkush; Smithsonian
The African nation’s pyramids and other archaeological sites are only now emerging from the shadow of its more storied neighbor to the north…
Visitors to these sites had one particular religious ritual that may strike some as strange: they carved graffiti in important and sacred places.
Long ignored by white archaeologists as a mere footnote, modern scientists are now racing to document what’s left of the ancient African civilization.
A photographer’s journey deep into the Sudanese desert.
This island between the Atbara and Nile was once at the center of the mighty Kingdom of Kush.
The pyramids at Meroë, some 125 miles north of Sudan’s capital, Khartoum, are rarely visited despite being a Unesco World Heritage site.