Sudan's Merowe dam, a new archeological challenge in the Nile Valley in Sudan in July, 2004. : News Photo

Sudan's Merowe dam, a new archeological challenge in the Nile Valley in Sudan in July, 2004.

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SUDAN - JULY 01: Sudan's Merowe dam, a new archeological challenge in the Nile Valley in Sudan in July, 2004 - Royal pyramids of Merowe - 250 km off Khartoum, the pyramids are Sudan's most renowned archaeological remains - At the end of the 4th century before our era, the black Pharaohs elected the site as capital, transferring power from Napata Gebel Barkal - Merowe kingdom flourished for seven centuries - The site has about two hundred pyramids. (Photo by Yves GELLIE/Gamma-Rapho via Getty Images)
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SUDAN - JULY 01: Sudan's Merowe dam, a new archeological challenge in the Nile Valley in Sudan in July, 2004 - Royal pyramids of Merowe - 250 km off Khartoum, the pyramids are Sudan's most renowned archaeological remains - At the end of the 4th century before our era, the black Pharaohs elected the site as capital, transferring power from Napata Gebel Barkal - Merowe kingdom flourished for seven centuries - The site has about two hundred pyramids. (Photo by Yves GELLIE/Gamma-Rapho via Getty Images)
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