Medieval settlement found in Sudan’s Nile Valley

Published on March 25th, 2011 | by Admin


Archaeologists in the Sudan have discovered a medieval settlement in the region’s Nile Valley.

“There is no written mention of it and yet it is one of the biggest strongholds in this part of the Nile Valley”, says Polish archeologist Mariusz Drzewiecki.

Another interesting find is a settlement on the Nurein hill.

“It was a big agglomeration, judging by the number of houses – we found 70-80 of them, as well as the size of cemeteries at the foot of the hill”, Drzewiecki said.

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