Synonyms for meroe or Related words with meroe

napata              carchemish              barkal              aksum              bubastis              pasargadae              qatna              hattusa              hatra              elephantine              hamath              athribis              khorsabad              tiryns              faiyum              buhen              mylasa              bactria              lagash              axum              merneptah              girsu              hawara              commagene              abydos              kizzuwatna              alalakh              nabatean              edfu              hierakonpolis              nimrud              sippar              arachosia              axumite              himyarite              ramesseum              urkesh              nubia              hermopolis              zanbil              aethiopia              maghareh              leontopolis              nemea              lerna              gadara              dilmun              ecbatana              nabataeans              sennar             



Examples of "meroe"
[[File:Sudan Meroe Pyramids 2001.JPG|thumb|right|250px|Aerial view of the Nubian pyramids at Meroe (2001).]]
The seat of government and the royal palace are in Meroe. Kings are buried in Meroe, in the North Cemetery, and Queens in West Cemetery. Napata's only importance is the Amun Temple. Meroe flourishes and many building projects are undertaken.
The Kings ruled over Napata and Meroe. The seat of government and the royal palace are in Meroe. The Main temple of Amun is located in Napata, but the temple at Meroe is under construction. Kings and many queens are buried in Nuri, some queens are buried in Meroe, in the West Cemetery.
Meroe Park is the Executive Director of the Central Intelligence Agency (CIA). Prior to Mike Pompeo's confirmation, Meroe Park served as acting director of the CIA.
Twilight of the Meroitic Culture. Kings are buried in Meroe, in the North Cemetery, and Queens in West Cemetery. In 350 CE Meroe is destroyed by Axum.
Near Meroe three royal cemeteries were constructed.
Nasakhma (Nasakhmaqa) was a Kushite King of Meroe.
Butana was known as "The Island of Meroe" when it was part of the Kushitic kingdom of Meroe. The city of Meroe was about halfway between Atbarah and Khartoum, on the east side of the Nile river. There were two other major Meroitic cities in Butana, Musawwarat es-Sufra and Naqa.
The seat of government and the royal palace are in Meroe. Kings and many queens are buried in Meroe, in the South Cemetery. Napata's only importance is the Amun Temple.
Apuleius, in "The Golden Ass", describes the witch Meroe and her sister as "lamiae": "The three major enchantresses of the novel—Meroe, Panthia and Pamphylia—also reveal many vampiric qualities generally associated with Lamiae," David Walter Leinweber has noticed.
Amanibakhi was a Kushite King of Meroe. His reign dates to the 4th century BC.
Siaspiqa (Si'aspiqo) was a Kushite King of Meroe in 487–468 BC.
For instance, Queen Qalhata, and Candace of Meroe are important, early African queens.
He was the author of "Meroe - A Civilization of the Sudan" (1967).
Harsiotef was a Kushite King of Meroe (about 404 – 369 BC).
According to Reisner Shorkahor was likely buried in Pyramid 10 at Meroe (Bagrawiyah).
Meroe eventually became the capital of the kingdom of Kush, leading to the abandonment of Napata.
Analmaye was a Kushite King of Meroe who ruled in the 6th century BC.
She is chief curator of the exhibit "Meroe", presented at Louvre from March to September 2010.
Mopsus points out how even animals feel love: yet Meroe flees from it.