[ nap-uh-tuh ]
/ ˈnæp ə tə /
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an ancient city of Nubia and Cush, situated downstream from the Fourth Cataract of the Nile river, in present-day Sudan.
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How to use Napata in a sentence
But the caravan was approaching Napata and the Ethiopian emerald-mines and topaz-rocks.
There are also extensive ruins of his great buildings at Denderah, Ombos, and Napata.Cleopatra's Needle|James King
We may go by the same path that the army will take: the gorges of Napata: the way will be free till to-morrow.Operas Every Child Should Know|Mary Schell Hoke Bacon
Moreover, the later ruins found at Napata, especially some twenty small pyramids, are feeble imitations of Egyptian art.The History of Antiquity, Vol. I (of VI)|Max Duncker
Here mead flowed and foaming golden beer and heavy Mareotis wines and the intoxicating liqueurs of Napata.