Memphis, Egypt

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Globe icon.svgMemphis, Egypt
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Wuri
 29°51′15″N 31°15′34″E / 29.85412°N 31.25934°E / 29.85412; 31.25934
Ƴantacciyar ƙasaMisra
Governorate of Egypt (en) FassaraGiza Governorate (en) Fassara
Babban birnin
Labarin ƙasa
Bangare na Memphis and its Necropolis – the Pyramid Fields from Giza to Dahshur (en) Fassara
Yawan fili 155.16 ha
Altitude (en) Fassara 20 m
Bayanan tarihi
Muhimman sha'ani

Memphis Shi ne tsohon babban birni na farko na farkon Misira, da kuma tsohuwar Masarautar Misira daga kafuwarta har zuwa kusan 2200 kafin haihuwar Annabi Isa kuma daga baya ga gajerun lokuta a lokacin Sabon Masarautar . [1] Ita ce cibiyar gudanarwa a duk tarihin da . [2] [3]

Tsohon daɗaɗɗen sunan ta na Misira shi ne Ineb Hedj ("Farar White Bango"). Sunan "Memphis" ( Μέμφις ) shine deformation Girkanci Masar sunan dala na Pepi I (6th daular), wanda ya kasance Men-nefer, [4], kuma ya zama Menfe a 'yan Koftik . Garuruwan Mit Rahina, Dahshur, Saqqara, Abusir, baban Gorab, da Zawyet el'Aryan, a kudancin Alkahira, duk suna cikin iyakokin mulkin Memphis ( 29°50′58.8″N, 31 ° 15 ′ 15.4 ″ E ).

Memphis kuma an san shi a Tsohon Misira kamar Ankh Tawy ("Abin da ke ɗaure Twoasashe Biyu") saboda yanayin dabarun birni tsakanin Manya da Egyptan nan Misira .

Rushewar Memphis 20 ne kilomita (mil 12) kudu da Alkahira, a gabar yamma da Kogin Nilu .

Hieroglyphs a Memphis tare da mutum-mutumin Ramses II a bango

A cikin Baibul, ana kiran Memphis Moph ko Noph.

Manazarta[gyara sashe | Gyara masomin]

Majiya[gyara sashe | Gyara masomin]

  • Baines & Malek Atlas na Al'adu na Tsohon Misira, 2000. 

Sauran yanar gizo[gyara sashe | Gyara masomin]

Coordinates: 29°50′40.8″N, 31°15′3.3″E

  1. Katheryn A. Bard, Encyclopedia of the Archaeology of Ancient Egypt, Routledge 1999, p.694
  2. Lynn Meskell, Private Life in New Kingdom Egypt, Princeton University Press 2002, p.34
  3. Ian Shaw, The Oxford History of Ancient Egypt, Oxford University Press 2003, p.279
  4. Bridget McDermott, Decoding Egyptian Hieroglyphs: How to Read the Secret Language of the Pharaohs, Chronicle Books 2001, p.130