Heilbrunn Timeline of Art History

List of Rulers of Ancient Sudan

Thematic Essays

By Category

By Geographical Region & Time Period
By Department

Napatan Dynasty

ca. 785–275 B.C.

1 Stele of Shabaqo [Egyptian]


2 Stele of Shebitqo [Egyptian]


3 Menat of Taharqo [Egyptian]
Alara (Unites Upper Nubia) 785–760 B.C.
Kashta (Unites all Nubia) 760–747 B.C.
Piye (Rules Nubia and Egypt) 747–712 B.C.
Shabaqo(1) 712–698 B.C.
Shebitqo(2) 698–690 B.C.
Taharqo (Loses control of Lower Egypt)(3) 690–664 B.C.
Tanwetamani (Loses control of Upper Egypt) 664–653 B.C.
Atlanersa 653–643 B.C.
Senkamanisken 643–623 B.C.
Anlaman 623–593 B.C.
Aspelta 593–568 B.C.
Irike–Amanote 425–400 B.C.
Harsiyotf 400–365 B.C.
Nastasen 320–310 B.C.

Meroitic Dynasty

ca. 275 B.C.–300 A.D.

Arkamani 275–250 B.C.
Arnekhamani 225–175 B.C.
Adikhalamani  
Arkamani II  
Kandake (Queen) Shanakdakheto 170–150 B.C.
Taneyidamani 100–75 B.C.
Teriteqas 50–1 B.C.
Kandake Amanitore  
Kandake Amanishakheto  
Natakamani 1–50 A.D.
Kandake Amanitore  
Shorkaro  
Department of Egyptian Art, The Metropolitan Museum of Art