Nubia was situated on the southernmost borders of Egypt. Egypt and Nubia were closely related and at times Egypt controlled part of Nubia, though in the 25th Dynasty Nubian kings controlled Egypt.
The Egypt Centre has several items which are probably from John Garstang’s excavations at Meroe.
We also have items from Mond and Myers excavations at Armant which contain some of the most northenmost A-group (Nubian) and Pan-grave (later Nubian material in Egypt). For more information on the Armant material:
And we have Nubian archer’s thumb rings
EC538 A pottery head of a Nubian from Amarna
EC537 Faience head of a Nubian
You can see the items we have from Meroe and elsewhere in Nubia by searching on our online database (link on the right)