Normal view MARC view
  • Egypt.

Egypt. (Geographic Name)

Preferred form: Egypt.
Used for/see from:
  • Egypte.
  • Ägypten.
  • Egitto.
  • Egipet.
  • Egiptos.
  • Miṣr.
  • Southern Region (United Arab Republic)
  • Egyptian Region (United Arab Republic)
  • Iqlīm al-Janūbī (United Arab Republic)
  • Egyptian Territory (United Arab Republic)
  • Egipat.
  • Arab Republic of Egypt.
  • A.R.E.
  • ARE (Arab Republic of Egypt)
  • Jumhūrīyat Miṣr al-ʻArabīyah
  • Mitsrayim.
  • Egipt..
  • Ijiptʻŭ.
  • Misri.
  • Ancient Egypt.

Sharqāwī, ʻA.al-R. Ibn Taymīyah, al-faqīh al-muʻadhdhab, 1983: t.p. (Jumhūrīyat Miṣr al-ʻArabīyah)

Ben-Elissar, N. Ḳeriʻat Yam Suf, c1982: p. 9 (Mitsrayim)

Kovtunovich, O. V. Revoli︠u︡t︠s︡ii︠a︡ "Svobodnykh ofit︠s︡erov" v Egipte, 1984.

Yi, N.S. Ttŏdonŭn sigan ŭi nara Ijiptʻŭ, Tʻŏkʻi rŭl kada, 1991: t.p. (Ijiptʻŭ)

Population and development, 1994: p. 3 (Egypt) p. 14 (Misri [Swahili])

LC auth. file, 27 June 2006 (In1958 Egypt and Syria united to form the United Arab Republic. Syria withdrew from the union in 1961. Egypt retained the name United Arab Republic as its own official designation until 1971, when this name was changed to Arab Republic of Egypt. Works about these jurisdictions regardless of period covered are normally entered under Egypt and/or Syria. However works limited in subject coverage to the historical, political or cultural aspects the jurisdiction formed by the merger of Egypt and Syria for the 1958-1961 period only are entered under United Arab Republic)

Encyc. Americana: v. 10, p. 21 (Ancient Egypt -- History of Egypt to the Arab Conquest)

Wikipedia, Sept. 20, 2006 ("Ancient Egypt developed over at least three and a half millennia. It began with the incipient unification of Nile Valley polities around 3500 BCE and is conventionally throught to have ended in 51 BCE when the early Roman Empire conquered and absorbed Ptolemaic Egypt as a province.")

Powered by Koha