Tourism And Antiquities

Sudan Military Museum- the Existing Reality and Future Vision- A Scientific Paper

October 19th, 2017

Museums have many important and significant roles in societies, being the institutions fostering specific cultural concepts, which are of high value to the citizen. In addition, conserving heritage and displaying its collection in an attractive way, the role of Sudan Military Museum is almost as...

Crafts of Traditional Architecture inMerowe Area

April 9th, 2018

Traditional architecture is closely linked to a number of traditional crafts such as house building. It also depends on a number of materials and tools processed by craftsmen.

Meroe Kingdom

April 11th, 2018

The study deal with the Kingdom of Meroe in local and foreign sources, focusing on the origin of the Kingdom, the economic activities practiced and its most important cultural, economic and social aspects, focusing on religion, art and irrigated personality. As well as the Kingdom relations with...

A brief on Kassala State

April 15th, 2018

Kassala State derived its name from the town of Kassala. As a province, Kassala dated back to the year 1840 when the Turks made it a province under the name “Al Taka Region”

Experience of gum Arabic associations

April 17th, 2018

The system ofthe ownership of land is considered as a production factor if not one of itsdeterminants, and is considered as an important factor for using the land in Sudan.

Medieval Archaeology in the Low Ga’ab of Western Dongla in North Sudan

April 18th, 2018

The Medieval Period is considered as being the most important period in the history of Sudan, even though it did not receive a sufficient body of research. Many sites were found in region of Low Ga’ab that dated back to The Middle Ages. Thus, the researcher followed the analytical descriptive case...

The Contribution of Monument Rescue Projects to Archaeological

April 22nd, 2018

This Paper will shed light on one of most important issues facing the scientific archaeological excavations, namely rescue archaeology as it became the general framework of the field-based archaeological work in Sudan and considered to be an important area in the field of scientific archeological...

Swākin the Lost City The Origin of the City, Geography and Population

April 22nd, 2018

The Bijah region is located northeast of Sudan, between latitudes 33 and 39 degrees east and latitudes 18 and 23 degrees north. The North joins the Egyptian border at Shalatin's well and then runs south to Massawa1eastwards to the Red Sea while extending west to the outskirts of the Nile.