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Alexandria (Egypt)

LC control no.n 80067694
Descriptive conventionsrda
Geographic headingAlexandria (Egypt)
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Geographic subdivision usageEgypt--Alexandria
Variant(s)Iskandarīyah (Egypt)
Alexandrie (Egypt)
Aleksandriyah (Egypt)
Alessandria (Egypt)
Alexandreia (Egypt)
Aleksandria (Egypt)
Alexantreia (Egypt)
Alesandriʼa (Egypt)
الإسكندرية (Egypt)
الإسكندرية (مصر)
اسكندرية (Egypt)
See alsoFounder: Alexander, the Great, 356 B.C.-323 B.C.
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Beginning date-0330~
Associated countryEgypt
Special noteNon-Latin script references not evaluated.
Old catalog heading: Alexandria, Egypt
Found inIts Budget de l'exercice, 1935-39.
Rodziewicz, M. Les habitations romaines tardives d'Alexandrie, 1984: t.p. (Alexandrie)
Aharoni, A. Teʼah, 1984: t.p. (Aleksandriyah)
Adriani, A. Divagazioni intorno ad una coppa paesistica del Museo di Alessandria, 1959.
Papadoperakē, A. Hē morphē tou K.P. Kavaphē, 1987: p. 11 (Alexandreia)
Tkaczow, B. Aleksandria najjaśniejsza, najpiękniejsza, najświetniejsza, 1988: t.p. (Aleksandria)
Hē Alexantreia tou Kavaphē, 1962.
Shivḥe tsedeḳ, 1817 or 1818 t.p. (Alesandriʼa)
GeoNames, algorithmically matched, 2009 (ppl; 31°11ʹ53ʺN 029°55ʹ09ʺE)
Wikipedia, 18 April 2016 (Alexandria; الإسكندرية; اسكندرية ; second largest city in Egypt; extends about 32 km along the coast of the Medeterranean Sea; founded around 331 BC by Alexander the Great; became an important center of the Hellenistic civilization; capital of Egypt until the Muslim conquest in AD 641; known for the Lighthouse of Alexandria; the Great library; the Necropolis)
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