Sesebi. Photo: Anna Garnett In the last of her guest blogs, British Museum Future Curator trainee Anna Garnett describes material from the New Kingdom site of Sesebi This week I recorded two lectures for Manchester University’s Online Diploma...
At the British Museum: The Nubian Discoveries of FW Green Sudan Vision Their society has played a very significant role in correcting the widely-held misconception even in learned journals and universities in the West that there was only an...
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