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Nikiou (Zawyet Razin)

TM Geo 1463

Egypt - 4th Lower Egyptian nome, Prosopites (L04) - provincia: Aegyptus - cf. also L04 Nikioupolites (TM Geo 12393)
30.411529,30.851018


Links: Digital Atlas of the Roman Empire, Pleiades, Talbert Peutinger, ToposText


Status city: polis; civitas; metropolis; village: kome


Greek name(s): Νικίου
Latin name(s): Niciu
Coptic name(s): ⲡϣⲁⲧⲓ (?)
Ethnic(s): Nikiotes
Modern name(s): Zawyet Razin
Variants: Nikiou - Zawyet (Zawiet) Razin - Ibshadi (?) - sites including Kom Manous


Repertoria: Dizionario III, p. 358-359 (1); p. 359; Suppl. 2, p. 135 (1); Suppl. 5, p. 67 (1)
Biblio: Miller, Itineraria Romana, 1916, col. 863; Kees, RE, 1936, col. 342-344, s.v. Nikiu; Helck, LÄ II, 1977, col. 395; Jasnow / Zauzich, Book of Thoth, 2005, p. 350
Map: Barrington Atlas, 2000, pl. 74 D4 (Nikiou)


Stable URI (with TM Geo ID): www.trismegistos.org/place/1463

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786011Guermeur, Les cultes d'Amon p. 84-85 (DP Nenout)[found & written]stone Hieroglyphic BC07 Egypt, L04 - Nikiou (Zawyet Razin), Kom Manous [found & written]
4394SB 12 11086[found]stone (marble) Greek BC02 Egypt, L04 - Nikiou (Zawyet Razin) [found]
Egypt, L03 - Terenouthis (Kom Abu Billo) [written]
103217SB 1 411[found & written]stone (limestone) Greek BC01 - AD01 Egypt, L04 - Nikiou (Zawyet Razin) (?) [found & written]
17653PSI 7 770[written]papyrus Greek AD02 Egypt, L04 - Nikiou (Zawyet Razin) [written]
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