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Vladimir Pleskov

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NUBIA
BY,
Vladimir Pleskov
http://www.schooltube.com/video/b2e5a0c9cc574e11ade8/Upper%20Nubia%20Travelogue Vocab controlling and rising and falling Egyptians wanted control
over Nubia How did the location and natural resources of Meroe affect its rise and fall Trade Network Ally Egypt influenced Nubia Influential Nubia worshiped some of the egyptian gods Egyptians wanted pottery from Nubia definition - complete freedom definition- supporters Definition- a group of buyers and sellers
Egypt wanted control over Nubia because Egypt wanted
the resources that Nubia has. Some resources are copper,
gold and granite. They also wanted control over the trade routes. Rise- location prompted trade Annex definition- to take over Independence Nubians were required to offer tribute to the Egyptian pharaoh When Nubia was under Egyptian rule they had to adapt to the Egyptian religious beliefs , writing and way of dress Nubians influenced Egypt Nubia was the go between in Egyptian trade. Nubia was a target for Egypt because of all there resources Fall- location led to downfall as traders began to use sea travel and the new routes bypassed Meroe.
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