This site has been designed to be used as a learning tool for both students and educators. Vistors can learn about the Nubian civilization, test their knowledge, and even discuss certain topics on our Online Message Board. Educators can take advantage of the resources available on this site and use them in the classroom. We would like to illustrate how this site should be used in a learning environment.
The content of this web page has been broken up into three sections: Introduction, Bronze Age Nubia, and Kingdom of Kush. Within the Introduction section you will learn the background of Ancient Nubia and Egypt. You will learn about the archaeological history, geography, topography, climate, and natural resources of Nubia. The Bronze Age Nubia section deals with the first known cultural period of Nubian civilization. The Kingdom of Kush was a more developed civilzation that followed the Bronze Age. We recommend that you explore all three sections in order.
You will notice that within all the pages there is a menu bar on the right side. This menu bar contains features related to the body of the page. Online Quiz will take you to the quiz related to the content that you are reading. Message Board will take you to a discussion area where you can post questions and answers to related topics. Print the page will reload the content of the page without any tables, links or colors, allowing you to easily print using your browser's print button. This document in PDF format allows you to get a copy of the content in an Adobe Acrobat file (PDF). PDF files are universal between platforms and allow to view the formated content without any specific word processor program. PDF files also print very easily, so you can get a high quality hard copy of the content. More information on PDF files can be found in the Resources page. Related Links will list any links to other with sites with relating information. Translate this page allows international users to view the content in their native language.
At the bottom of the page there may be an arrow button. This will take you to the next subject in chronological order.