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  • Early history of iron deficiency - Poskitt - 2003

    In 1713, Lemery and Geoffroy and, in 1747, Menghini burnt blood to ash and found residual particles that were attracted by lodestone and thus presumed to be iron (London, 1980; Widdicombe, 2001). Substances that were universally available in the environment, such as iron, were assumed to be ingested in adequate quantities.

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  • Massive iron deposits discovered in Sudan : official

    2016-09-07· Director General of Sudan's Public Authority for Geological Research, Mohamed Abu Fatmah, Monday said some 52 billion tonnes of iron have been discovered in the east African country, adding

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  • Murder mystery on HS2 route as Iron Age man found buried

    2020-07-11· Murder mystery on HS2 route as Iron Age man found buried face down with hands bound 'The death of the Wellwick Farm man remains a mystery to us

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  • envoyer article: Massive iron deposits discovered in Sudan

    Sudan Tribune: Plural news and views on Sudan. envoyer 'Massive iron deposits discovered in Sudan : official' par courriel. a destination

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  • QSAP Dam-Debba Archaeological Survey Project (DDASP

    The site was discovered by the Sudanese Antiquities Service in. 1. The most common type is a vertical shaft with an ovalshaped, burial pit with a small niche, mostly to the south or west with

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  • Sudan - Agriculture, forestry, and fishing | Britannica

    It was first discovered in southwestern Sudan in 1977, and a commercially viable find was made in 1980, but the civil war in the south prevented any exploitation of the oil deposits until the late 20th century. Sudan's recoverable oil reserves, estimated at 500 million barrels in the early 1990s, were thought to be between five and seven billion barrels in the early 2010s. Upon the secession

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  • Sudan finds mass grave likely linked to foiled 1990 coup

    2020-07-25· CAIRO: Sudanese authorities have found a mass grave believed to contain the bodies of 28 army officers shot in a foiled coup attempt against former President Omar Bashir in 1990, the public

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  • Sudanese migrant who died trying to reach England named as

    2020-08-20· Sudanese migrant washed up on a beach in Calais after trying to cross to the UK He fell into Channel after craft was punctured by a spade being used

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  • Desert Diver Discovers Submerged Treasure Beneath 2,300

    2019-07-06· A key difference between the pyramids discovered in northern Sudan and the more famous pyramids at Cairo in Egypt is that the pharaohs were buried beneath them, rather than within them. For this reason, George Reisner, a Harvard Egyptologist, first visited Nuri over a century ago and discovered burial chambers beneath Taharqa's massive pyramid, the largest of 20 pyramids marking

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  • Ancient Nubians Made Antibiotic Beer | WIRED

    Chemical analysis of the bones of ancient Sudanese Nubians who lived nearly 2000 years ago shows they were ingesting the antibiotic tetracycline on a regular basis, likely from a special brew of beer.

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  • In Sudan, Rediscovering Ancient Nubia Before It's Too Late

    2018-02-19· Sudan's president, Omar al-Bashir, a war criminal according to the International Criminal Court, rules the country with an iron fist. Since 2006, his security forces have shot more than 170 people and beaten, imprisoned, and tortured many others who have protested the dams and other politically charged topics. International archaeologists who wish to continue working in the country dare not

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  • Massive iron deposits discovered in Sudan

    Director General of Sudan's Public Authority for Geological Research, Mohamed Abu Fatmah, Monday said some 52 billion tonnes of iron have been discovered in the east African country, adding that the ministries of mining and industry are carrying out contacts with Egypt, China and Russia to develop iron industry in Sudan.

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  • History of Sudan - Wikipedia

    The history of Sudan includes that of both the territory that composes Republic of the Sudan, South Sudan as well as that of a larger region known by the term "Sudan".The term is derived from Arabic: بلاد السودان ‎ bilād as-sūdān, or "land of the black people", and can be used more loosely of West and Central Africa in general, especially the Sahel.

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  • Ancient Nubians Made Antibiotic Beer | WIRED

    Chemical analysis of the bones of ancient Sudanese Nubians who lived nearly 2000 years ago shows they were ingesting the antibiotic tetracycline on a regular basis, likely from a special brew of beer.

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  • Sudanese migrant who died trying to reach England named as

    2020-08-20· Sudanese migrant washed up on a beach in Calais after trying to cross to the UK He fell into Channel after craft was punctured by a spade being used

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  • African Iron Age - 1,000 Years of African Kingdoms

    2020-01-24· African Iron Age people used a bloomery process to smelt iron. They built a cylindrical clay furnace and used charcoal and a hand-operated bellows to reach the level of heating for smelting. Bloomery is a batch process, in which the air blast must be stopped periodically to remove the solid mass or masses of metal, called blooms. The waste product (or slag) may be tapped from the furnaces as a

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  • A Dictator's Fall in Sudan - The New York Times

    2019-05-01· A Dictator's Fall in Sudan Sudan's president was ousted after three decades of iron-fisted rule. We hear from a father and son who embody the divide over the country's future.

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  • In Sudan, Rediscovering Ancient Nubia Before It's Too Late

    2018-02-19· Sudan's president, Omar al-Bashir, a war criminal according to the International Criminal Court, rules the country with an iron fist. Since 2006, his security forces have shot more than 170 people and beaten, imprisoned, and tortured many others who have protested the dams and other politically charged topics. International archaeologists who wish to continue working in the country dare not

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  • Massive statue of Pharaoh Taharqa discovered deep in Sudan

    2010-01-08· At the height of his reign, King Taharqa controlled an empire stretching from Sudan to the Levant. A massive, one ton, statue of Taharqa that was found deep in Sudan

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  • The Forgotten Kingdom of Kerma and Its Incredible Deffufas

    2016-09-06· Reisner is said to have discovered the remains of a unique culture during his excavations between 1913 and 1916. Additionally, sites later discovered between the First and Fifth cataracts have added to the understanding of this culture. Nevertheless, the most important site of this civilization is its capital, which was discovered close to a modern city (known as Kerema) located on the east

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