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  1. Kassala is one of the 18 wilayat of Sudan. It has an area of 36,710 km² and an estimated population of approximately 1,400,000. Kassala is the capital of the state; other towns in Kassala include Aroma, Hamishkoreb,Halfa,khashm algirba and Khor Telkok.
    • also known as Eastern, Al Wilāyah Ash, Al Iqlim Ash Sharqi, Sharqīyah, Al Iqlīm Ash Sharqī, Al Wilayah Ash, Ash Sharqīyah, Alwilayahashsharqiyah, Sharqiyah, Kassalā, Wilayat Kassala, Wilāyat Kassalā
    • country: Sudan
  2. Kassala is the capital of the state of Kassala in eastern Sudan. Its 2008 population was recorded to be 419,030. Built on the banks of the Gash River, it is a market town and is famous for its fruit gardens. Many of its inhabitants are from the Hadendoa group, with others being of Rashaida origin. It was formerly a railroad hub, however, as of 2006 there was no operational railway station in Kassala and much of the track leading to and from the town has been salvaged or fallen into disrepair. Kassala's location along the main Khartoum-Port Sudan highway makes it an important trade center.

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Google previewFrom Hunters to Farmers (1984)

The Causes and Consequences of Food Production in Africa by John Desmond Clark, Steven A. Brandt

between Nubia and the Ethiopian border at Kassala is a semi- arid region with a three-month rainy season and precipitation that decreases from 410 mm in the south to 164 mm at Khartoum and in the north, ...

Google previewExporters' Encyclopaedia (1917)

Via Azores-Suakim- Kassala...

Google previewHistorical Dictionary of the Sudan (2013)

by Robert S. Kramer, Richard Andrew Lobban, Carolyn Fluehr-Lobban

For the first half of the Turco-Egyptian period Kassala was only marginally connected to the colonial regime, and its borderlands were ...

Google previewHistorical Dictionary of Ancient and Medieval Nubia (2003)

by Richard A. Lobban Jr.

The Atbai tradition is divided into the Saroba phase, the Kassala phase, and the J ebel Taka phase. The Saroba phase consisted of small sites (5,000 square meters) and the hunting of small bovines (cattle and oxen), warthogs, and monitor ...

Google previewEncyclopedic Dictionary of Archaeology (2013)

by Barbara Ann Kipfer

Kassala: A cultural phase ofthe eastern Sudan including the Butana, Gash, and Mokram groups. Kassites: Apeople of the central Zagros Mountains who occupied Babylon after the Hittite raid c. 1595 sc and whohad a distinctive culture and ...

Google previewThe Encyclopedia Britannica (1911)

A Dictionary of Arts, Sciences, Literature and General Information

KASSALA, a town ...

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