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Old 22-Apr-11, 16:55   #51
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المطارق وهي 111
nooo problem

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شنب الكديس عند الشوايقة



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Old 22-Apr-11, 16:59   #52
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Old 22-Apr-11, 17:44   #53
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سلام


كدنقا وكل الناس الزينين..... مساكم الله بالخير

تحية على هذا البوست الرائع والمعلومات الثرة



ذهب التاريخ بمجد هذه الأرض... وتناثر بين متاحف بعض الدول

وكل ما بقي لنا تلك التيمة التي نسمعها في بعض الأغنيات.. الكنداكة

المخجل والمضحك أننا درسنا في زماننا تاريخ الأسر الفرعونية والممالك.. وتاريخ الدول العربية... وأجبرنا على على حفظه بشتى طرق التعذيب



ولم نعرف شيئا عن الكنداكة... سوى ما تسرب إلينا من بعض القراءات البسيطة بعيدا عن المنهج الدراسي

كم أتمنى أن نعيد إكتشاف ذاتنا من خلال تاريخنا المسلوب

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Old 22-Apr-11, 18:11   #54
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المطارق وهي 111
nooo problem

درب الطير




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شنب الكديس عند الشوايقة



كرسي النادي عند الدناقلة

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Old 22-Apr-11, 18:16   #55
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المخجل والمضحك أننا درسنا في زماننا تاريخ الأسر الفرعونية والممالك.. وتاريخ الدول العربية... وأجبرنا على على حفظه بشتى طرق التعذيب



ولم نعرف شيئا عن الكنداكة... سوى ما تسرب إلينا من بعض القراءات البسيطة بعيدا عن المنهج الدراسي

كم أتمنى أن نعيد إكتشاف ذاتنا من خلال تاريخنا المسلوب



زمان في بوستن كدا قوتا الكلام دا كالي حدر لي

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Old 22-Apr-11, 18:19   #56
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تبقى مارقة انت .. مش حاجاتكم ..

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Old 22-Apr-11, 18:31   #57
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سلام


كدنقا وكل الناس الزينين..... مساكم الله بالخير

تحية على هذا البوست الرائع والمعلومات الثرة



ذهب التاريخ بمجد هذه الأرض... وتناثر بين متاحف بعض الدول

وكل ما بقي لنا تلك التيمة التي نسمعها في بعض الأغنيات.. الكنداكة

المخجل والمضحك أننا درسنا في زماننا تاريخ الأسر الفرعونية والممالك.. وتاريخ الدول العربية... وأجبرنا على على حفظه بشتى طرق التعذيب



ولم نعرف شيئا عن الكنداكة... سوى ما تسرب إلينا من بعض القراءات البسيطة بعيدا عن المنهج الدراسي

كم أتمنى أن نعيد إكتشاف ذاتنا من خلال تاريخنا المسلوب



سلام و تحية مامون .. للأسف تاريخنا مسلوب سلب الجن

مادياً و معنوياً .. ياخي أي واحد أفريقي أمريكي من شيكاغو

بقى ينظر ليك في تاهارقا بكل ارتياح لمن تتحير

و المصريون قاموا بالمجد كله

و بعد ده

نحن

حافظين أولاد تحتمص للولد الستين

وضاع التاريخ بسبب الاهمال

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Old 22-Apr-11, 18:40   #58
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شيخ كدنقـا والحاجة هــند فليتشــر





الشلوخ الزي دي بسموها شنو طيب ؟


جاوبوا سـريييييع ومن غير غش من قوقـل...سمح ؟


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Old 22-Apr-11, 18:45   #59
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المطارق وهي 111
nooo problem

درب الطير




وجع القليب
وهو الحرف t



شنب الكديس عند الشوايقة



كرسي النادي عند الدناقلة

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وللشلوخ مفاهيم فلكل قبيلة شلوخ تميزها عن القبيلة الأخرى فالشلوخ عند المحس هى ثلاثة مطارق طويلة ورفيعة وعند الدناقلة عميقة وعريضة تملأ سائر الخد وعند الجعليين والرباطاب شلخ السلم
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ودروب الطير
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وهى عند الشايقية خطوط افقية متوازية يمتد اوسطها من بداية الفم الى اقصى الخد ويتحكم شكل الوجه واكتنازه باللحم على عدد العلامات والفصدات ثلاث ام اربع ويعتبر الشايقية من اكثر القبائل التي تؤمن بقيمة الشلوخ الجمالية





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Old 22-Apr-11, 18:49   #60
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شيخ كدنقـا والحاجة هــند فليتشــر





الشلوخ الزي دي بسموها شنو طيب ؟


جاوبوا سـريييييع ومن غير غش من قوقـل...سمح ؟

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تبقى مارقة انت .. مش حاجاتكم ..

They don't talk to third parties.




انا اصصصصن تلقاني واقفة ليك قدام المحكمة

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Old 13-May-11, 10:25   #62
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THE ROMAN CONQUEST OF EGYPT AND THE REVOLT OF A MEROITIC CANDAKE


Queen Mother Amanirenas




Nubia never became part of the Roman empire – although the Romans tried to make it part.





Roman involvement in the affairs of Africa progressively increased during the course of the first century B.C.E., particularly after Ptolemy XII Auletes secured financial and military support from Rome in his successful bid to reestablish himself as pharaoh of Egypt, having been forced into exile by a rival faction. Upon his death in 51 B.C.E. he bequeathed his kingdom to his daughter, Cleopatra VII, and her much younger brother, Ptolemy XIII. Of Cleopatra's direct ancestors, only the identity of her maternal grandmother remains unknown, and there is no compelling evidence to suggest that she was either an Egyptian or a Nubian. All of Cleopatra VII's other forebears were of Macedonian Greek descent. The account of her spectacular rise to power and her relationships with Julius Caesar and Marc Antony are beyond the scope of this narrative, but her ultimate confrontation with Octavian at the Battle of Actium in 31 B.C.E. and suicide a year later enabled the Romans to gain possession of Egypt. Octavian, now named Augustus as the first emperor of Rome, fearing that Egypt might mount another challenge to his authority, declared the country his personal property rather than a province of the empire and forbade immigration except by those with specially issued imperial visas.


Between 28-21 B.C.E., his administrators were confronted with disturbances in the Arabian peninsula directly across the Red Sea from Egypt. Wishing to address the situation as expeditiously as possible, the Romans decided to dispatch legions already stationed in Egypt to the troubled area. Once the legions had departed, the Nubians of Lower Egypt appear to have revolted and stormed the frontier at Aswan, sacking the area and toppling official monuments, including recently erected statues of Augustus himself. The head of one of these bronze images of Augustus was severed from its body and carried off to Meroe, where it was intentionally buried beneath the threshold of one of the palaces so that each time the Meroites entered and exited, they would be symbolically trampling the head of their foe underfoot. The Classical authors credit a Candake as the leader of the Meroites. As one has seen earlier, they had mistaken the title, kdke, for the personal name of the female ruler of kingdom of Meroe. Her identity remains unknown, although there are attempts to identify her with the Queen Mother Amanirenas, who is suggested to have ruled during this period of time. She apparently shared power with the pqr, Akinidad. If one's reading of the monuments is correct, Akinidad continued to rule after her demise with another kdke, Amanishakheto by name. Akinidad exercised personal control over both Upper and Lower Nubia, as his titles attest. He is to date the only Meroite known to have held the office of pqr and pesato, "viceroy [of Lower Nubia]," simultaneously.



In order to address this insurrection, the Romans dispatched new legions to the region in anticipation of a military confrontation and began their march into Lower Nubia. The Meroites, in an attempt to meet the Roman challenge, mustered their own forces and marched north. Both forces marched into the vicinity of Qasr Ibrim (Primis). A pitched battle was avoided when representatives from both sides agreed to discuss the matter. The Meroites indicated that their revolt against Rome was prompted by certain grievances that had not been remedied. The Roman geographer, Strabo, writing in Greek shortly after the actual events, is decidedly prejudiced in his account, incredulously posing a question to the Meroites inquiring as to their reason for not bringing their concerns to the emperor Augustus. As if to portray the Meroites as individuals ignorant of current affairs, Strabo records their reply by stating that the Meroites did not know where to find Augustus. In point of fact, the Meroites were correct because Augustus himself had been on the move as a result of his inspection tour of the East.



It was then resolved that an embassy of the Meroites would be granted safe conduct to the Greek island of Samos, where Augustus was temporarily headquartered. This was perhaps the first recorded instance in the entire history of Africa when diplomats representing a Black African ruler independent of Egypt traveled to Europe to effect a diplomatic resolution. The Meroites and Romans signed a peace treaty that not only remitted their tax liability to Rome, but also established the Dodekaschoinos as a buffer zone. In order to gain the favor of the inhabitants of this region, Augustus directed his administrators to collaborate with the priesthoods of the region in the erection of a temple at denur. In its relief and inscriptions, Augustus himself appears as the chief celebrant of the local deities but there pays particular homage to two youths [brothers, Pahor and Pedese, who are believed to have been sons of a local Nubian elite ruler], whose deaths had elevated them to the status of divine intercessors. They are enrolled among the local deities in this temple and are the recipients of a cult. The temple of Dendur also served as their cenotaph.



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Old 13-May-11, 13:00   #63
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انا جاتنى خاطرة غريبة وانا بقرأ فى الموضوع دة


هل يمكن ان تكون بلقيس ملكة سبا ملكة نوبية




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just to prove you wrong ya muslim, about bringing threads to a halt gir..gir

there’s not yet a definitive conclusion as to whether balqis was yemeni, ethipian, eritrian, sudanese or egyptian, different accounts of her feature in the 3 holy books and several historians have their own too

in the bible the word sheba once referred to the son of Cush, son of Ham, son of Noah

the jews account is that kingdom of sheba was

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Semitic Havilah is to be distinguished from Cushite Havilah the descendant of Cush, descendant of Ham; both locations for Havilah are thought by these scholars to have been located in present day Ethiopia.
but there is a clear contradiction there we know kingdom of cush is north khartoum

ethiopians call her Makeda which some historians think it may be a corruption of the word Candance - Al Kandaka

quran talks about her in surat alnaml and I think hints about yemen

one undisputed fact about balqis though is that she had powerful and seductive beauty

does anyone know a sudanese by the name of balqis, one of my dear friends is called balqis who actually looks and talks like a balqis, her name though ruined horribly to ya balgheeeees
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Statures from the bathhouse during the Meroitic Period.


The bath is an extensive building, with a pool (?) in the middle. Around it were found many sculptures but also other objects in a mixed Meroitic-Hellenistic style. Garstang suggested that these are the remains of a Roman style bath house. However, the whole building was perhaps a 'water sanctuary'

This is the website below
http://www.digitalegypt.ucl.ac.uk/nubia/bath.html
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Triad of Meroitic queen and two goddesses


Sandstone group sculpture of a Meroitic Queen flanked by two protective goddesses, Isis and Nepthys. A never-ending offering of water for the nourishment of the Queen's soul, flows from the vases lying at their knees. The Queen had herself represented according to the Kushite ideal of feminine beauty- short haired, stout, and adorned with jewels. The goddesses were represented in the Egyptian style, with long wigs and slimmer bodies.

Flecks of gold and paint indicate that the statue was originally brightly painted and gilded

http://educators.mfa.org/objects/det...ze=100&page=29
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another view of the pyramids of meroe
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Lotus flower pendant. Gold, 2,25 x 2,5 x 0,1 cm. From Meroe, Sudan, Pyramid N6. AM 1756/1. Photo: Margarete Busing.
Location :Aegyptisches Museum, Staatliche Museen, Berlin, Germany
This was found in Queen Amanitare Pyramid, Merioitic Period.

It is not posting, so here is the website. below
http://www.artres.com/c/htm/CSearchZ...E=2UNTWA5LW9T3
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I really found this thread very interesting. Especially the history
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Triad of Meroitic queen and two goddesses


Sandstone group sculpture of a Meroitic Queen flanked by two protective goddesses, Isis and Nepthys. A never-ending offering of water for the nourishment of the Queen's soul, flows from the vases lying at their knees. The Queen had herself represented according to the Kushite ideal of feminine beauty- short haired, stout, and adorned with jewels. The goddesses were represented in the Egyptian style, with long wigs and slimmer bodies.


you're saying we're fat brian

interesting though, if the goddesses on either sides of the meroitic queen resemble egyptians in physique , then our queens must've been served by egyptians ie had superior position at the time
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you're saying we're fat brian

interesting though, if the goddesses on either sides of the meroitic queen resemble egyptians in physique , then our queens must've been served by egyptians ie had superior position at the time
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Hind, I found the statuary from the website site, therefore i pasted that statement from the website, i found. In other words, i did not make the statement but our wonderful interpeters of history did.
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I was visiting my heritage at Neues Museum - Berlin Earlier today





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jsm our ghwaisha and khawatim why didn't you grab them and run away
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I was hovering around for almost 3 hours, the man almost threw me out ... also I was staring at Nefertiti bust without blinking or breathing, such a beauty so bad picturing her isn't allowed
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wow lucky you jsm how big is the nefertiti bust
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Not big really ... I think even smaller than the natural human scale but the finest work of art I ever saw

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سلام و تحية مامون .. للأسف تاريخنا مسلوب سلب الجن

مادياً و معنوياً .. ياخي أي واحد أفريقي أمريكي من شيكاغو

بقى ينظر ليك في تاهارقا بكل ارتياح لمن تتحير

و المصريون قاموا بالمجد كله

و بعد ده

نحن

حافظين أولاد تحتمص للولد الستين

وضاع التاريخ بسبب الاهمال

و التلفت



ود عمى: عارف رايى انت فى الموضوع دة: تحتمس زاتو زالفراعنة كلهم سودانيين ودة ارثنا نحن..... شكرا لى البوست الجميل
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Old 13-Oct-13, 06:26   #81
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سلامات يا استاذة: بالنسبة للشلوخ: ايا كان شكلا بتلقيها بتتكون من تلاتة خطوط اساسية. عندها علاقة بى ديانة التوحيد المروية القديمة اساس ديانة امون. ولاحقا اساس الديانات التلاتة اسلام ومسيحية ويهودية. المهم عندى محاولات بحث حول الموضوع دة: وهو علاقة دلالة الرقم تلاتة فى ارثنا الروحى فى وادى النيل: ايزيس واوزيريس وحورس وبرضو الام والابن والروح القدس . قريت كتابات لى ياسر عبيدى فى سودان فورالل عن اوزيريس وراس السنة الميلادى تطرق فيو للموضوع دة .
ملاحظة اخيرة : الشلوخ التلاتة العمودية موجودة عند الدناقلة والجعليين والهدندوة.
بالنسب للتقسيمات القبلية الحالية فى بدايتا كانت تقسيمات على اسس دينية روحية ودخلت عوامل اقتصادية واجتماعية وتاريخية انتجت المجموعات الحالية. فى الاساس الناس دى كلها وااااااحد ونحنا كلنا احفاد شهب وادى النيل القديم فى كوش ومصر القديمة...
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be proud of your history and the very advanced nation that you are

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Queen Candace
https://youtu.be/JzWkq6abmAQ


Amanishakheto: Warrior Queen of Nubia
https://youtu.be/DR6Q2E08xls


THE KQUEENS OF KEMET AND KUSH
https://youtu.be/Dvek69OZMLw
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The forgotten pyramids of Sudan


Few visitors have been making the trek out to the country's northeast to see
the secluded Nubian Meroe pyramids.
Bagrawiyah, Sudan - More than 200km from the Sudanese capital Khartoum, the remains of an ancient city rise from the arid and inhospitable terrain like a science-fiction film set. Nestled between sand dunes, the secluded pyramids seem to have been forgotten by the modern world, with no nearby restaurants or hotels to cater to tourists.
The Nubian Meroe pyramids, much smaller but just as impressive as the more famous Egyptian ones, are found on the east bank of the Nile river, near a group of villages called Bagrawiyah. The pyramids get their name from the ancient city of Meroe, the capital of the Kingdom of Kush, an ancient African kingdom situated in what is now the Republic of Sudan.
Around 1000 BCE, after the fall of the 24th Egyptian dynasty, the Nubian Kingdom of Kush arose as the leading power in the middle Nile region. The Kushite kings took over and ruled much of Egypt from 712 to 657 BCE. In 300 BCE, when the capital and royal burial ground of the kingdom moved to the Meroe region, the pharaonic tradition of building pyramids to encapsulate the tombs of rulers continued here.


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be proud of your history and the very advanced nation that you are
especially sanjak and the cave people

Sis Its not about being a part of cave People , But I ment that If Prof Fatima Could Get chance to go to Bangladish and participate and be a Competitor to Other Ladies as haseena and khalida , then her chances of gaining might be better . Because I blieve that she must be the best among both haseena and khalida ...

I'm Wishing her all the best
Moreover I will advice all my Friends from Bangladish to Vote for her

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