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New Temples Discovered In Sudan Has Never Before Seen Architecture

AFRICANGLOBE - A veteran Swiss archaeologist has unearthed three temples in Sudan built thousands of years ago, a discovery he says promises to throw new light on Africa’s buried ancient past. The round and oval shaped structures dating from 1,500 to 2,000 BC were found late last year not far from the famed archaeological site of Kerma in northern Sudan. “This architecture is unknown … there is no example in central Africa or in the Nile Valley of this architecture.”

Rethinking The Voices Of Aswan Dam And GERD

AFRICANGLOBE - The completion of the Aswan Dam on July 21, 1970 sent one critical message to Africa, and most importantly to Ethiopia. That is, the Aswan Dam was meant to divorce or delink Africa in general, and Ethiopia in particular, from the waters of the Nile.

Nigeria’s Forgotten Empire – the Walls of Benin

AFRICANGLOBE - Construction of the Walls of Benin started in 800 AD, now situated in modern day Benin City, Nigeria, and continued into the mid-1400s. Stretching seemingly endlessly across the land, the Benin Moat the world's second longest man-made construction, falling short of only the Great Wall of China.