The DCF dossier chronicles in heartbreaking detail how nubia and Victor were betrayed by not one family but two.
In the heat of its climate Senegambia ranks with Egypt and nubia.
I left Assouan on February 24, 1813, to make my journey through nubia.
The Pharaohs hunted slaves in nubia, in order to have black troops for their Syrian expeditions.
It is abreast of nubia, the Soudan, and is the outlet of its commerce.
In Egypt and nubia they are eaten only by the poorest beggars.
Troops from Libya, from nubia and Ethiopia made up her armies.
Above Phil we entered nubia, before whose intensified colouring the lower desert pales.
Siout owes its present importance to the caravan trade with Darfur and nubia.
To the south lies nubia, and to the west stretches away for hundreds of weary miles the Sahara, the old bed of an extinct ocean.
ultimately from a local word, said to be related to Coptic noubti "to weave," or from Nubian nub "gold." In the fashion sense "woman's light scarf" it is from French, from Latin nubes "cloud" (see nuance).