Western Branch of Kush Established South of Misr at Headwater of River of Bora Tribe Near Aksum Son of Ityopis


After the Tower of Babel circa 2200 b. c., some of the Kushites moved southeastward to establish the Indus Valley Civilization in the shadow of the Hindu Kush mountains, and others moved southwest from Babel to the Upper Nile region where Kush’s son Ityopis (Ethiopia) settled at the headwater of the Nile tributary the Atbarah river (in the mountains just west of the southern end of the Red Sea) where his son Ahk-sumawi established the city Aksum, many then spread west across verdant North Africa.