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Origin of Nubia
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Simply put, the ancient Egyptian army looked forth to conquer and integrate more territories from ancient Syria and Nubia in a bid to tap into the resources provided by such rich regions, thus fueling a cyclic scope of warfare and economy.
Nubia, now being queen, is poetic in so many ways, but one that stays on my mind is the very personal connection I feel.
As Nubia embarks on this new journey as Queen of Themyscira, I hope her rebirth will be met with open arms and the desire to keep her always at the forefront.
The DCF dossier chronicles in heartbreaking detail how Nubia and Victor were betrayed by not one family but two.Florida Child Abuse Scandal: The Victim's New Life|Jacqui Goddard|February 24, 2011|DAILY BEAST
The furnace where the Khamsîn brewed in distant Nubia sent its warnings in advance; it was slowly travelling northward.The Wave|Algernon Blackwood
In Egypt and Nubia it is grown to a considerable extent, as well as by most of the native tribes of the South-west.
The description of a blast of this kind, which overtook Mr. Bruce, in the desert of Nubia, is still more terrible.The Book of Curiosities|I. Platts
The men of Nubia are Christians, but they are black, like the Moors, on account of the great heat of the sun.Early Travels in Palestine|Arculf et al.
But the classic expedition by dahabiya, the ascent of the river from Cairo to Nubia, will soon have ceased to be worth making.Egypt (La Mort De Philae)|Pierre Loti