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Beginning in the Middle Kingdom the ancient Egyptians obtained gold from Nubia. C.) Kandake Amanitore Kandake Amanishakheto Natakamani: (1–50 A. Kandake Amanitore Shorkaro [Source: (Department of Egyptian Art, Metropolitan Museum of Art, October 2001, metmuseum.org] Scholars divide Nubian history into six distinct cultures between 3800 B. As was true with the “Lower” and “Upper” designations of ancient Egypt “Lower” referred to the northern kingdom of Nubia and “Upper” refers to southern kingdom with the Nile being the point of reference.
Gold was called in ancient Egypt and may be the source of the name Nubia. C.) Adikhalamani Arkamani II Kandake (Queen) Shanakdakheto: (170–150 B. “Lower Nubia” lies on the northern, down-river part of the Nile roughly between Aswan and the Third Cataract of the Nile and “Upper Nubia” lies on the southern upper river part of the Nile roughly between Third Cataract of the Nile and present-day Khartoum.
Reisner, for instance, identified large burial mounds at the site of Kerma as the remains of high Egyptian officials instead of those of Nubian kings.
In ancient tomb paintings and reliefs they were often depicted as traders and merchants. A Nubian queen once wrote Alexander the Great, "Do not despise us for the color of our skin.