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2400 BCE - 1500 BCE: Kerma Culture in Kush.
1700 BCE: The Kingdom of Kush is formed to the south of Egypt.
1600 BCE: Founding of the kingdom of Kush, Nubia.
1500 BCE - 590 BCE: Napatan Culture in Kush.
1069 BCE - 350 CE: The Kingdom of Kush.
750 BCE - 666 BCE: The Kushite 25th Dynasty rules Egypt.
750 BCE: King Kashta of the Kingdom of Kush takes Egypt.
747 BCE - 665 BCE: 25th Dynasty of Egypt under Nubians of Kush.
747 BCE - 721 BCE: King Piye of Kush conquers Egypt.
721 BCE - 707 BCE: King Shabaka of Kush extends control over Egypt.
712 BCE - 671 BCE: Egypt is ruled by the Kushite dynasty.
707 BCE - 690 BCE: King Shebitku of Kush rules Egypt.
590 BCE: City of Napata sacked; Kushite capital moves to Meroe.
590 BCE: Meroe becomes capital of Kingdom of Kush after the fall of Napata. .
284 BCE - 314 CE: Female monarchs known as Candaces often rule the Kingdom of Kush from Meroe.
155 BCE: The Euthydemid Menander succeeds to push back the Eucratids westward of the Hindu-Kush.
155 BCE: Euthydemid Menander succeeds to push back Eucratides westward of Hindu-Kush.
1 CE - 25 CE: Amanitore, Candace of Meroe, reigns over the most prosperous era of the latter-day Kingdom of Kush.
330 CE: Meroe is conquered by the Kingdom of Axum; Kingdom of Kush in decline.
350 CE: End of the Kingdom of Kush and city of Meroe in Nubia.
350 CE: Meroe is abandoned; Kingdom of Kush has fallen.
450 CE: India is invaded by the White Huns across the Hindu Kush.