Nubian stone tablets found in northern Sudan

A huge cache of stone inscriptions from one of Africa’s oldest written languages have been unearthed in Sedeinga necropolis in the north of Sudan.
The inscriptions are written in the Meroitic language, the oldest known written language south of the Sahara.
Charles Q. Choi reported in an article on Live Science that scientists are investigating the archaeological site of Sedeinga, located on the western shore of the river Nile, about 100 kilometres north of the third cataract.