Heliopolis (Greek for "Sun City") usually refers to one of two ancient cities:
Heliopolis (ancient Egypt), the modern Ayn Shams, Egypt Heliopolis (Lebanon),
Heliopolis was once one of the largest cities in ancient Egypt, It was the capital of
the cult of Amon-Ra, second only in size by Thebes (Karnak). The chief deity of ...
The ancient Egyptian city of Heliopolis can be discerned today only by its
scattered and buried remains on the northeastern outskirts of Cairo. Its cultural
Nov 26, 2008 ... Heliopolis, (Greek), Egyptian Iunu or Onu (“Pillar City”), biblical On, one of the
most ancient Egyptian cities and the seat of worship of the sun ...
Discover little known facts about the mysterious city of Heliopolis, Egypt.
Fascinating facts, history and information about Heliopolis, Egypt. The mythology
HELIOPOLIS (Gr., meaning "city of the sun"; Egyptian, Iunu; Heb., On), ancient
city of lower Egypt situated about six miles N. of Cairo on the site of the modern ...
Map of the Roman Empire - Heliopolis. Heliopolis O-10 on the Map. Ancient
Heliopolis (in Syria): Ba'albek was the Greek name which means City of the Sun.
One of the three major cities of ancient Egypt, after Thebes and Memphis,
Heliopolis, "city of the sun" in Greek, was situated in the area of Tell Hisn on the ...
Ancient Heliopolis would have comprised the lower middle-class quarters of Ain
Shams, Matariya and Tel al-Hisn. In the ancient city, the great sun god was ...
Heliopolis, however, was the name the Greeks gave it, and is its most modern
name. The city's Egyptian name was Iunu, “place of pillars”, which in biblical ...