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Egypt

TM Geo 49

Egypt - - provincia: Aegyptus - cf. also Lower Egypt (TM Geo 2712), Middle Egypt (TM Geo 2800), Upper Egypt (TM Geo 2766), Herkoulia (TM Geo 4358), Merkouriane (TM Geo 5728), Aegyptus (TM Geo 8881), Kato Chora (TM Geo 4819), Brook of Egypt (TM Geo 2689), Egyptian Sea (TM Geo 11117), L01 P-mesha-n-n-Winen-Kemi (TM Geo 13554), U04b Nesout-tawi (Karnak) (TM Geo 13525)


Links: DASI, GeoNames, Pleiades, Pleiades [2], Syriaca, Syriaca [2], Syriaca [3], Talbert Peutinger, Wikipedia


17 ancient authors with this ethnic


Status: region; modern country


Greek name(s): Αἴγυπτος - Ἀερία - Ἀετία - Ἀρανκηλίς - Μύσρα - Ποταμῖτις - Ὠγυγία - Ἑρμοχύμιος - Ἡφαιστία - Χημία
Latin name(s): Aegyptus
Egyptian name(s): Kmy (Qmy - Km.t) - Tȝ.wy - Bȝqy (Bȝq.t - Bqy - Bky)
Coptic name(s): ⲕⲏⲙⲉ
Ethnic(s): Aigyptios (Aigyptia) - Aigyptis? - Aegyptius - Aegyptiacus - Aerios - Aerites - Aerieus - Aetieus - Kmy
Variants: Egypt - Aigyptos (Aegyptus) - Aeria - Aetia - Arankelis - Araukilis - Araurakelis - Mysra (Misr) - Potamitis - Ogygia - Hermochymios - Hephaistia - Chemia - Kemi - Tawi ('(The) two lands') - Baki (Beki) ('(The) bright one')


Repertoria: Dizionario I 1, p. 24 (ter); p. 35; I 2, p. 187
Biblio: Wb 1, 1926, p. 425; Wb 5, 1931, p. 126-127; Erichsen, Lesestücke II.2, 1940, p. 198; Erichsen, Glossar, 1954, p. 123; p. 235; p. 247; p. 381; p. 434; p. 499; p. 538; p. 563; p. 564; p. 599; CDD K, 2001, p. 23-26; CDD R, 2001, p. 21; CDD B, 2002, p. 89; p. 92; PP X, 2002, p. 363-364; CDD T, 2012, p. 47; p. 51; p. 52-53
Map: Ortelius, Aegyptus antiqua, 1595 (Aegyptus); Pococke, A description of the East, 1743, I, p. 1 (Aegyptus); Rifaud, Carte du cours du Nil, 1830 (Egypte); JEA 11 (1925), p. 138 pl. 11 (Aegyptus); Barrington Atlas, 2000, pl. 1 J4-J5 (Aegyptus); Barrington Atlas, 2000, pl. 100 M6-N6 (Aegyptus); Barrington Atlas, 2000, pl. 70 A5-B4 (Aegyptus); Baines / Málek, Atlas, 2002(2), p. 224 (); Baines / Málek, Atlas, 2002(2), p. 67 (Egypt)
Note: see also the verb 'αἰγυπτιάζειν' ('act as an Egyptian', sc. being a villain); new reading in Kockelmann, Praising the Goddess 2 (= O. Hor 10), 10 (no toponym); new reading in P. Tebt. 2 328, 1 (no toponym; cf. BL 1, p. 427)


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381090P. BM inv. 10676 (P. Gard. 2) ined.[found & written]papyrus Hieratic BC20 - BC18 Egypt [found & written]
381272P. BM inv. 10549 ined.[found & written]papyrus Hieratic BC20 - BC18 Egypt [found & written]
755052Jéquier, Le papyrus Prisse et ses variantes [183][found & written]papyrus Hieratic BC20 - BC18 Egypt [found & written]
755093Studies Demarée p. 95-98[found & written]stone (limestone) Hieroglyphic BC20 - BC18 Egypt [found & written]
381271P. BM inv. 10567 ined.[found & written]papyrus Hieratic BC20 - BC18 Egypt [found & written]
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