In the reign of the Black Pharaohs
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| the Northern Cemetery in Meroe, where more than 30 pyramids are in site |
Our great grandfathers called it Ta-Seti, Land of the Bow. They were referring to the area south of the First Cataract at Aswan, and the reason behind the name was the unparalleled skill its inhabitants demonstrated when using the bow as a method of arm. Those excellent bowmen were actually the Kushites.