The Kentake and the Ibex

The Kentake and the Ibex

A Kentake (Queen) of Kush stands with a Nubian ibex brought down from the hilly lands to her kingdom’s east. As its name might imply, the Nubian ibex is native to the desert hills of Sudan and Egypt, although it is also found in Arabia and adjacent areas of the Middle East.
After doing my Egyptian Pharaoh with her pet oryx, I thought it only fair to follow it up with a queen from the other major kingdom along the Nile, namely Kush, together with another animal native to northeastern Africa.
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