Deadly floods threaten ancient Sudan pyramids: official

TorrentialfloodinginSudanposes a danger to the country’s foremostheritagesites – the royalpyramidsof Meroe and Nuri – an official said on Tuesday.Hatem Al-Nour, director of Sudan’santiquitiesand museums authority, said the deadly floods have reached areas that house thepyramidstructures, threatening their existence.Meroe was the last capital of the Kingdom of Kush, aNubianpower that ruled over much of northern Sudan between 1070 BC and 350 AD with ties to the 25th dynasty of Egypt. Nuri served as a royal necropolis of the kingdom near its first capital, Napata.The pyramids at Meroe are a UNESC…

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