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The members of the house of El'Osiris-Oser-Sori, HRM King Muja'Did Jamel

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Royal Family Tree.pdf

Royal Invitation

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Historical Building Relationship between the Kingdom of Numi and Sudan

The Kingdom of Numi, also known as the Kingdom of Kush, was an ancient African civilization that flourished in the region that is now modern-day Sudan. The kingdom was known for its powerful armies, advanced agricultural practices, and impressive architecture.

The relationship between the Kingdom of Numi and Sudan is a complex one, as the kingdom's influence extended beyond the modern-day borders of Sudan to include parts of Egypt and Ethiopia. However, Sudan played a significant role in the history of the Kingdom of Numi.

The capital city of the Kingdom of Numi was located at Napata, in what is now northern Sudan. This city was the center of the kingdom's religious and political power, and it was here that the kings of Numi were crowned and buried in elaborate tombs.

The Kingdom of Numi controlled the Nile River trade routes, which were crucial for the development of trade and commerce in the region. The kingdom's location also made it a strategic hub for communication and trade between sub-Saharan Africa and the Mediterranean world.

Over time, the Kingdom of Numi experienced periods of decline and resurgence, and it was eventually conquered by the Kingdom of Aksum in the 4th century AD. However, the legacy of the Kingdom of Numi lives on in the impressive ruins of its cities and temples, which continue to inspire awe and wonder in visitors to Sudan today.

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CASA PRINCIPESCA Y NOBLE DE DAMASCO, CASA NOBLE Y PRINCIPESCA FERNÁNDEZ & TORRES

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EL REINO TEOCRÁTICO ABORIGEN NUMI

Certificado de Reconocimiento Mutuo



PRINCE AND NOBLE HOUSE OF DAMASCUS, NOBLE AND PRINCE HOUSE FERNÁNDEZ & TORRES

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 THE NUMI KINGDOM

 Mutual Recognition Certificate

Royal Decree for Peace and Friendships

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