Skeletal remains suggest conquered Nubians participated in governance of colonized state.
Per-Ankh: Ancient Egypt
Ancient tomb sheds new light on Egyptian colonialism
Ancient tomb sheds new light on Egyptian colonialism
Ancient tomb sheds new light on Egyptian colonialism

Skeletal remains suggest conquered Nubians participated in governance of colonized state. New evidence from ancient grave site reveals that Egyptian colonialists shared administrative responsibilities with conquered Nubians.

Skeletal remains suggest conquered Nubians participated in governance of colonized state. New evidence from ancient grave site reveals that Egyptian colonialists shared administrative responsibilities with conquered Nubians.

In approximately 1550 B.C., Egypt conquered its southern neighbor, ancient Nubia, and secured control of valuable trade routes. But rather than excluding the colonized people from management of the region, new evidence from an archaeological site on the Nile reveals that Egyptian immigrants shared administrative responsibilities for ruling this large province with native Nubians.

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