Heptanŏmis

Heptanŏmis

Heptanŏmis (a. Geogr.), Mittelägypten, welches von Hermopolis Magna bis in die Nähe der Theilung des Nil reichte; Kaiser Theodosius nannte es Arcadia; j. Vostani.


Pierer's Lexicon. 1857–1865.

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  • Arcadia Ægypti — Arcadia or Arcadia Ægypti was an ancient region in Roman controlled Egypt. The territory was mostly carved from the former region, Heptanomis, and included the nomes of Memphites, Heracleopolites, Arsinoites, Aphroditopolites, Oxyrhyncites, which …   Wikipedia

  • Ägypten [1] — Ägypten (gr. Ägyptos, lat. Aegyptus, a. Geogr., Sittengesch. u. Ant.). I. Das Land. Land in NOAfrika, an beiden Ufern des Nils, grenzte in N. an das Mittelmeer, in O. an das Peträische Arabien u. den Arab. Meerbusen, in S. an Äthiopien, in W. an… …   Pierer's Universal-Lexikon

  • Anthony of Egypt, Saint — born 251, Koma, near al Minyā, Heptanomis, Egypt died Jan. 17?, 356, Dayr Mārī Antonios hermitage, near the Red Sea; feast day January 17 Egyptian hermit considered the founder of organized Christian monasticism. He began his practice of… …   Universalium

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  • Heptapolis — (Greek: polytonic|Ἑπταπολίς, meaning Seven cities ) was the name of the capitals of the Heptanomis in ancient Egypt, and included the cities of Memphis, Heracleopolis, Crocodilopolis (later, Arsinoe), Aphroditopolis, Oxyrhynchos, Cynopolis, and… …   Wikipedia

  • Antinopolis — (Antinoöpolis) (Greek: polytonic|Ἀντινόου πόλις, Coptic Ansena, modern Sheikh Ibada) was a city founded at an older Egyptian village by the Roman emperor Hadrian to commemorate his deified young beloved, Antinous, on the east bank of the Nile,… …   Wikipedia

  • Acanthus (Egypt) — Acanthus (Greek: polytonic|Ἄκανθος; in Ptolemy, polytonic|Ἀκανθῶν Πόλις) was an ancient city of Egypt, on the western bank of the Nile, 120 stadia south of Memphis. Its site is located at the modern village of Dashour. It was in the Memphite Nome …   Wikipedia

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