Temple of Amun, Naqa, Sudan
15 AD - 40 AD
The Temple of Amun indicate that it was one of the most important religious, and urban, Meroitic centres in the Kushite period, and maybe the ancestral home of the earliest Kushite rulers.

The Temple of Amun, built by Amanitore and Natakamani, here associated with their son Arikachatani. Of the main temple only the doorways built of sandstone remain; the rest of the walls, built of fired bricks, have collapsed. Amun is represented both in human and ram-headed form.

A pylon at Naqa where Amun of Meroe with a ram's head is leading a Prince.
Source: Photos of Africa