The Archaeology of the medieval period in the Sudan Red Sea: A New Perspective V

Conclusion:

  • The importance of the region during the medieval period: center has played a vital role in the Management of the trade.
  • Linked the region neighboring the country during this period and following periods across land roads through desert to Eastern Sudan and Ethiopia.
  • The trade routes were very important and the area overseeing this transit trade of harming the political and economic security.
  • The very large area is in need of more detailed study.

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The Archaeology of the medieval period in the Sudan Red Sea: A New Perspective IV

The medieval site in the Eastern Sudan:

The-Post Meroitic sites:

Although very rare, few sites with typical Post-Meroitic materials occur in Eastern Sudan. A site characterized by Post-Meroitic materials most likely associated with a cemetery with tumuli was identified in the northern part of the region, South of Jebel Ofreik and east of the ford of Goz Regeb, a traditional gateway between Eastern Sudan and the Butana, while further sites with typical Post-Meroitic materials were recently recorded north of the Khor Umm Sitebah, Jebel Abu Gamal. Continue reading The Archaeology of the medieval period in the Sudan Red Sea: A New Perspective IV