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643-623 BC (left), marble portrait of a Nubia denizen ca. The commemorative stela of the Axumite King Ezana indicates that two distinct population groups inhabited ancient Nubia: the Afroasiatic-speaking Kasu (Kushites) who were related to the neighbouring ancient Egyptians, and a Sudanic-speaking population that was instead related to Nilotes.The prehistory of Nubia dates to the Paleolithic Era, around 300,000 years ago.They were succeeded by the first Nubian language speakers, whose tongues belonged to the separate Nilo-Saharan phylum.Accordingly, a 4th-century victory stela belonging to King Ezana of the Kingdom of Aksum contains inscriptions describing two distinct population groups dwelling in ancient Nubia: a "red" Kasu population, who are believed to have been Cushitic speakers related to the neighbouring ancient Egyptians, and a "black" Sudanic-speaking population that was instead related to Nilotes.Based on cultural traits, many scholars believe Nubia is derived from the ancient Egyptian noun nebu, meaning gold.Shabti figurine of the Kushite King Senkamanisken ca.The kingdom of Meroe also defeated the Persians, and later Christian Nubia defeated the invading Arab armies on three different occasions resulting in the 600 year peace treaty of Baqt, the longest lasting treaty in history.The fall of the kingdom of Christian Nubia occurred in the early 1500s resulting in full Islamization and reunification with Egypt under the Ottoman Empire, the Muhammad Ali dynasty, and British colonial rule.

Nubia was dominated by kings from clans that controlled the gold mines.Trade in exotic goods from other parts of Africa (ivory, animal skins) passed to Egypt through Nubia. It belongs to the Eastern Sudanic branch of the Nilo-Saharan phylum.Before the arrival of the first Nubian speakers, languages from the Afroasiatic family are believed to have been spoken by the early inhabitants of the Nubia region.Ancient history in Nubia is categorized according to the following periods: A-Group culture (3700-2800 BCE), C-Group culture (2300-1600 BCE), Kerma culture (2500-1500 BCE), Nubian contemporaries of Egyptian New Kingdom (1550-1069 BCE), Kingdom of Napata and Egypt's Nubian dynasty XXV (1000-653 BCE), Kingdom of Napata (1000-275 BCE), Kingdom of Meroe (275 BCE-300/350 CE), Kingdom of Makuria (340-1317 CE), Kingdom of Nobatia (350ā€“650 CE), and Kingdom of Alodia (600sā€“1504 CE).Historiolinguistic analysis indicates that the early inhabitants of the Nubia region, during the C-Group and Kerma cultures, were speakers of languages belonging to the Berber and Cushitic branches of the Afroasiatic family.Nubia consisted of four regions with varied agriculture and landscapes.

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