Ancient Egypt: Earliest Royal Inscriptions Discovered in Nubia!

By May 9, 2019Blog, News
Thumbnail Aswan Narmer [:en] A team of Egyptian archaeologists discovered the earliest royal inscriptions in Wadi Abu Subeira near Aswan. The inscriptions have been found in the eastern desert, northeast of Aswan. It dates back to the Neolithic age, which means that it belongs to the Predynastic period of Kemet. The predynastic period spans the period from the earliest human settlement to the beginning of the Early Dynastic Period around 3100 BC in Kemet. Archaeologists also discovered plenty of stone inscriptions that date back to the Neolithic age in a semi-enclosed valley. The inscriptions depict some animals such as giraffes, elephants, and crocodiles. These animals still lived in North Africa at that time. The findings also include some of the oldest inscriptions of a small city, with scenes of cattle grazing and tree planting clearly reflecting a sedentary and stable life back then. Some of the inscriptions discovered show Kemetic royal symbols, such as the falcon Heru/Horus. The team also discovered some sacred compartments decorated with floral motifs. As we already proved it on this platform, the Kemetic civilization started in the south, between Nubia and Sudan. This discovery is a major piece of evidence of the true origin of the pharaohs. Aswan is located in the extreme South of Egypt, it is literally at the border with Sudan (or the country of the Blacks). The people who

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