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Event Alert – UK TV Channel 4, 13th October at 20.00 hours UK time.

UK Channel 4 Documentary – The Lost Pharaohs of The Nile 


Channel 4 – The Lost Pharaohs of The Nile 

“For centuries, Egypt was hailed as Africa’s only truly great civilization – partly because the ancient Egyptians themselves told us it was so. They depicted their southern neighbour  as a primitive backwater but if that were true, how were the kings of Kush able to conquer Egypt and rule the largest empire the Nile valley has ever seen?” Source: Channel 4’s Facebook video, see below. 


Photos in this blogpost are by Imogen Thurbon and you are welcome to reproduce them, acknowledging their source.  

This is a cultural post for Women’s Education Partnership


Learn more about our life-changing literacy work in Community Literacy and At a Glance


img_0640-1.jpgOn the road to Nuri 

Channel 4, October 13th, 2019 at 20.00 hours UK time – learn more in Channel 4’s FaceBook Page below – 


Colonial antiquities sign 



See more video footage in Dive beneath the pyramids – National Geographic


If you are interested in Sudanese culture, you might enjoy Anointing in Robes of Red and Gold – marriage rituals echoing ancient Nubian practices. 


If you are interested in traditional Nubian house art, you might enjoy Inscriptions on Rosewater


If you are interested in Sudanese art, you might enjoy Forests and Spirits on the groundbreaking work of Kamala Ishaq

If you are interested in the Nuba Mountains, you might enjoy Kambala 


This is a cultural post for Women’s Education Partnership

Learn more about our work in Literacy Changes Lives



img_9779On the road to the pyramids, Meroe, Sudan after flooding in 2017


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