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The Tree, by Ibrahim el Salahi
The official opening of Port Sudan, 1st April 1909. Image from the Sudan Archive, courtesy of Durham University Library.
Magistrates court at Wadi Tarni, Darfur. Photo from the Sudan Archive, courtesy of Durham University Library
Beja howdich (dwelling), Kassala-Hameshkoreb area, Eastern Sudan, 2001. Credit: Michael Medley.
Berta musicians. Image from the Sudan Archive, courtesy of Durham University Library.
The Egyptian inscriptions of Thutmose I, dating from around 1500 BC, at Tombos. Photo from <em>Sudan Studies</em> No. 53 p. 62. Credit: Derek Welsby and the Sudan Archaeological Research Society.
The arched railway bridge on the Wadi Halfa to Kerma railway a litte to the north-east of Delgo. Photo from Sudan Studies No. 53 p. 63. Credit: Derek Welsby.
Map of the Sudan Archaeological Society's Projects. Image from Sudan Studies No. 53 p. 54. Credit: Derek Welsby and the Sudan Archaeological Research Society.
The Fourth Cataract on the Nile, seen with the 1998 Landrover Defender 110 belonging to the Sudan Archaeological Research Society, c.2015. Photo from Sudan Studies No. 53 p.59. Credit: Derek Welsby.

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