Ibrahim, Abdelbaki Mohamed (ed). 1998. Nubian Museum. In Alam al-Bina. Cairo: Center for Planning and Architectural Studies, 16-19/198.
The museum reflects the historical importance of el-Noba and its monuments, as a result of cultural heritage, customs and traditions of el-Noba inhabitants. All these elements were summed in el-Noba Museum with an architectural form appropriate to the nature of the place. This form consists of different levels of sandy rocks, granite similar to the western temple of "Hatshipshout". The museum has three levels containing exhibition halls, stores, library administration office, laboratory, services, besides the educational section and rooms for technical equipment. Also, the exterior exhibition comprising the Nubian House, water stream and the open theater. (Taken from English summary on page 8)