The Nubians, inhabiting a 700 mile stretch of Nilotic villages between Egypt and Sudan since as far back as Pharaonic times, have been around for the most of Egypt’s long history. Living in close proximity to the Nile and dependent on its flow for travel and sustenance, the ancient river played both an affirming and destroying role in Nubian survival throughout millennia.
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