Ongoing excavations at Sedeinga, a 2,000-year-old necropolis in northern Sudan, have uncovered the remains of at least 35 densely-clustered pyramid burials – and an inscription asking the gods to ‘take care of Granny’. Identified by the French Archaeological Mission, the pyramids were built as part of a burial ground probably containing several hundred monuments, during [...]
What was life like under the shadow of the pharaohs? The realities of life and death under Egypt’s rule
Michaela Binder discovers what the dead can tell us about living.
Excavations at the Late Kushite city of Dangeil in Sudan reveal a temple of Amun, and a massive bread-making facility
A look at the Sudan exhibition held at the British Museum