Archeology Today

Kush, the place were everyone thrived

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Kush (1600-1100 B.C.E)

Kush was know for its rich gold mines in fact another word for kush was Nubia, which comes from nub, the Egyptian word for gold.


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Kush (In the mid 700s)


Kush took advantage of Egypt's weakness. Kushite armies invaded Egypt. In about 730 B.C.E, the kings from northern Egypt surrendered to Kush's King Piye.

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(About 600 B.C.E)

The Kushites got iron because they wanted to master iron weapon wielding like the Assyrians. The Kushites had everything to produce iron: iron ore and lots of trees. I was a good accomplishment because now they will have great attack power.

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Kush returned to its African roots. Kushites worshiped an African lion-god instead of Egyptian gods. They wrote and spoke a native language called Meroitic. Kush art and architecture flourished. Artisians made beutiful pottery, cloth, gold, silver jewelry. Rulers built grand palaces, temples, and pyramids.

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