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  1. Julien Cooper (2017) states that in antiquity, Cushitic languages were spoken in Lower Nubia (located in the northernmost part of modern day Sudan): In antiquity, Afroasiatic languages in Sudan belonged chiefly to the phylum known as Cushitic, spoken on the eastern seaboard of Africa and from Sudan to Kenya, including the Ethiopian Highlands."

    Lower Nubia - Wikipedia

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  2. Lower Nubia - Wikipedia

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    Julien Cooper (2017) states that in antiquity, Cushitic languages were spoken in Lower Nubia (located in the northernmost part of modern day Sudan): In antiquity, Afroasiatic languages in Sudan belonged chiefly to the phylum known as Cushitic, spoken on the eastern seaboard of Africa and from Sudan to Kenya, including the Ethiopian Highlands."

  3. Nov 21, 2019 · Linguistic evidence indicates that Cushitic languages were spoken in Lower Nubia, an ancient region which straddles present day Southern Egypt and part of Northern Sudan, and that Nilo-Saharan languages were spoken in Upper Nubia to the south (by the peoples of the Kerma culture), with North Eastern Sudanic languages from Upper Nubia later replacing the Cushitic languages of Lower Nubia.

  4. Nubians - Wikipedia

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    There is some evidence that Cushitic languages were spoken in parts of Lower (northern) Nubia, an ancient region which straddles present day Southern Egypt and Northern Sudan, and that Eastern Sudanic languages were spoken in Upper and Central Nubia, before the spread of Eastern Sudanic languages even further north into Lower Nubia.

  5. Old Nubian and Language Uses in Nubia - OpenEdition

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    the Mahas, which is spoken in the Central area of Nubia (from Korosko to Dongola); the Kenzi - Dongolawi group, which is split into two dialects: Kenzi spoken in Northern Nubia and Dongolawi spoken in Southem Nubia, 7 Nubian belongs to the Nilo-Saharan family (Eastern Sudanic branch according to Greenberg's classification).

    • Mokhtar Khalil, Catherine Miller
    • 1996
  6. Nubia - Wikipedia

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    Historically, the people of Nubia spoke at least two varieties of the Nubian language group, a subfamily that includes Nobiin (the descendant of Old Nubian), Kenuzi-Dongola, Midob and several related varieties in the northern part of the Nuba Mountains in South Kordofan.

  7. Old Nubian and Language Uses in Nubia - OpenEdition

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    • the Mahas, which is spoken in the Central area of Nubia (from Korosko to Dongola); • the Kenzi - Dongolawi group, which is split into two dialects: Kenzi spoken in Northern Nubia and Dongolawi spoken in Southem Nubia, 7 Nubian belongs to the Nilo-Saharan family (Eastern Sudanic branch according to

  8. History - db0nus869y26v.cloudfront.net

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    Julien Cooper (2017) states that in antiquity, Cushitic languages were spoken in Lower Nubia (located in the northernmost part of modern day Sudan): In antiquity, Afroasiatic languages in Sudan belonged chiefly to the phylum known as Cushitic, spoken on the eastern seaboard of Africa and from Sudan to Kenya, including the Ethiopian Highlands."

  9. History of the Nuba - Nuba Mountains

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    Despite the Arab conquest of Egypt and the ensuing Islamisation, the people along the Nile in Lower Nubia retained their original language, known as Nubian, or Nobiin for linguists. Closely related to Nobiin is Dongolawi, spoken up the river around Dongola in present day Sudan. Nobiin and Dongolawi probably drifted apart about 1100 years ago ...

  10. C-Group culture - Wikipedia

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    The C-Group culture is an archaeological culture found in Lower Nubia, which dates from ca. 2400 BCE to ca. 1550 BCE. It was named by George A. Reisner.With no central site and no written evidence about what these people called themselves, Reisner assigned the culture a letter.

  11. What are the differences between Nubians and Nilotes? - Quora

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    Nubia can be seen as the area of the Nile between the first cataract and Khartoum. The people of Egypt and Sudan speak a variety of languages, the main language is Arabic (in upper Egyptian and Sudanese dialects). My understanding is that Arabic is not a Nilotic language, so technically most Nubians would not be classed as Nilotes.

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