Ruins of the royal city in Meroe, Nubia, Sudan
Meroe Pottery Bowl
This is a painted cream-ware pottery bowl. It was reconstructed from fragments and has a rounded base, The interior...
Meroe Pyramids Reconstruction
A partial reconstruction of the pyramids of Meroe (modern Sudan). Meroe was a wealthy metropolis of the ancient kingdom...
Meroitic Pottery Flask
This is a red burnished globular flask with a wide mouth. The flask has been incised with decoration of horizontal bands...
Meroitic hieroglyphic and demotic script. Made from RK Meroitic font (free online, same font as old version) and Gentium...
Miniature Pyramids of Sudan
Monday, June 10, 2013 Nearly two thousand years after the Egyptian pharaoh Khufu marshaled armies of workers to build...
Gold armlet with a figure of a winged goddess. From the treasure of the Nubian queen Amanishakheto, pyramid N6, Meroe, modern-day...
Nubian Floor Tiles
Floor tiles of building that once stood in the Royal City of Meroe which was sacked in 350 CE by Emperor Ezana of the Kingdom...
Original Site Of The Meroe Head
This photo shows the location where the 'Meroe Head', being the head section of a statue of Augustus Caesar, was found...