Nubia en Griego
At Ramesses Saptah (Sipta) (according to other researches, in board Amenmesses) Sethos II were the deputy in Nubia.
Egypt still remembers with appreciation UNESCO's work in the 1960s to save the ruins in the Nile river basin in Nubia, southern Egypt.
For the boundaries achieved at it as in the north, and in the south, any of his successors, behind exception, probably, Amenophis II has not left, heading an aggressive campaign on the south of Nubia which geographical frameworks are not clear.
Having matured, Amenophis has attacked Nubia, having expanded possession of an empire.
In the beginning it has won Nubia and has subjected this province to full ruin, then has gone on the north.
In Thebes the tomb of grandee Hevi which was at this time the imperial deputy of Nubia was well kept.
Numerous temples and sanctuaries Amenophis III were build up in Nubia, in Vadi Es Sebia, Sai, Cubana, Aniba; in the Egypt - in Bubastis, Dahamsh, Heliopolis, Memphis, Hermople, Abydos, the Ale - Cab, on island Elephantina.
Ramesses also have reorganized army and created strong military fleet that has allowed to reflect invasion of «peoples of the sea», has finally subordinated Nubia to Egypt.
Speak, what exactly on the basis of this story has arisen retold Herodotus a history that Cambiz II has failed to pull onions of tsar of Ethiopia (Nubia).
Tsar only once, on 5-th year of the reign, has made a campaign to Nubia.
an ancient region of northeastern Africa (southern Egypt and northern Sudan) on the Nile; much of Nubia is now under Lake Nasser: Africa, Nubian