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Throwing stick, Qasr Ibrim. Throwing sticks are one of the most primitive weapons and were reported to be in use in the area of Sudan since archaic times. If Christian Nubians still used it as a weapon of warfare is unknown, but it might look more reasonable that they used it for the hunt only (Possibly for duck hunts)

Throwing stick, Qasr Ibrim. Throwing sticks are one of the most primitive weapons and were reported to be in use in the area of Sudan since archaic times. If Christian Nubians still used it as a weapon of warfare is unknown, but it might look more reasonable that they used it for the hunt only (Possibly for duck hunts)

Warrior Saint from the St. Raphael Church in Tamit (Probably 12th-13th century).

Warrior Saint from the St. Raphael Church in Tamit (Probably century).

15th-16th CE Ancient Benin (Nigeria): The bronze head date from the creation of the title of Iyoba, awarded to the woman and mother (Uhunmwun-Elao) who literally, gave birth to the future king, Oba Esipie (1504-1550)

CE Ancient Benin (Nigeria): The bronze head date from the creation of the title of Iyoba, awarded to the woman and mother (Uhunmwun-Elao) who literally, gave birth to the future king, Oba Esipie

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Wooden plaque depicting a warrior saint, Qasr Ibrim (12th-13th century).

Wooden plaque depicting a warrior saint, Qasr Ibrim century).

pictoric evidence of ring armor -- myArmoury.com

Sudanese ring armor was taken by the Devon Yeomanry Battalion from the hut of…

Medieval Nubian king

Ancient DNA from Sudan

Armor for field and tournament | Date: ca. 1575–80 | Culture: Italian, probably Milan

Armor for Field and Tournament

African Medieval Military Systems Pre-colonial - Culture - Nigeria

An illustration by artist Graham Turner showing a group of Nubian warriors of The Kingdom of Makuria in the century AD.

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