Settlements similar to or like Asyut

Lycopolis and Lykopolis redirect here: for the ancient city bearing those names located in the delta of the Nile, see Lycopolis (Delta). Wikipedia

  • Lycopolis or Lykopolis (Greek: Λυκούπολις, Strabo xvii. Ancient town in the Sebennytic nome in Lower Egypt, in the neighbourhood of Mendes, and, from its appellation, apparently founded by a colony of Osirian priests from the town of Lycopolis in Upper Egypt. Wikipedia

  • Ancient fortress city on the eastern edge of the southern Nile delta in Egypt, the site of the Ancient city and former bishopric of Phelbes and a Latin Catholic titular see. Small in size but densely populated, with over 407300 residents. Wikipedia

  • Leontopolis

    Ancient Egyptian city located in the Nile Delta, Lower Egypt. It served as a provincial capital and Metropolitan Archbishopric, which remains a Latin Catholic titular see. Wikipedia

  • Tanis

    City in the north-eastern Nile Delta of Egypt. Located on the Tanitic branch of the Nile which has long since silted up. Wikipedia

  • Menouf

    City in Egypt located in the Nile Delta. Area of 18.76 square kilometers. Wikipedia

  • Shibin El Kom

    City in Egypt's Nile Delta, and the capital of the Monufia Governorate. Not a new one, its infrastructure is being modernized. Wikipedia


    Sentences forAsyut

    • The weather is always sunny and clear in Egypt, especially in cities such as Aswan, Luxor and Asyut.Egypt-Wikipedia
    • In 1921, they moved to Asyut and, in 1923, to Khatatba, where Nasser's father ran a post office.Gamal Abdel Nasser-Wikipedia
    • Lycopolitan (also known as Subakhmimic and Assiutic) is a dialect closely related to Akhmimic in terms of when and where it was attested, but manuscripts written in Lycopolitan tend to be from the area of Asyut.Coptic language-Wikipedia
    • This piece was found at Qau-el-Kebir, near Asyut, and is dated between CE 300 and 600.Swastika-Wikipedia
    • (The gauge, hastily adopted to make use of available rolling stock, meant supplies from the Egyptian network required transshipment via steamer from Asyut to Wadi Halfa.Mahdist State-Wikipedia
    • This culture group is named for the burials found at Der Tasa, on the east bank of the Nile between Asyut and Akhmim.Prehistoric Egypt-Wikipedia

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