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en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Tanis

Tanis is a city in the north-eastern Nile Delta of Egypt. It is located on the Tanitic branch of the Nile which has long since silted up. Contents. [hide]. 1 History; 2 Ruins; 3 In popular culture; 4 See also; 5 References; 6 Bibliography; 7 External links. History[edit]. D a, n t Z1, mw. N36, N21 niwt. or, D a, n , t niwt. Djanet (ḏˁn.t)

en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Pithom

Early on, the location of Pithom—just like the locations of other similar sites, such as Tanis—had been the subject of much conjecture and debate. Édouard Naville and Flinders Petrie were looking for Pithom along the Wadi Tumilat, an arable strip of land serving as the ancient transit route between Egypt and Canaan across ...

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Sep 11, 2016 ... many archaeological sites, the most important being Tall Tanis which is located. 6 km south of Port Said and ... The water supply and storage systems relied on the annual Nile flood, during which the lake ... E.A. Zaghloul (*). National Authority for Remote Sensing and Space Sciences (NARSS), Cairo, Egypt.

www.nationalgeographic.com/archaeology-and-history/archaeology/tanis-egypt

The city of Tanis is relatively unknown among Egypt's wealth of historical sites, though it yielded one of the greatest archeological troves ever found. Once the capital of all Egypt, Tanis's royal tombs have yielded artifacts on par with the treasures of Tutankhamun. Photograph by O. Louis Mazzatenta. By Brian Handwerk.

www.ask-aladdin.com/Egypt-Sites/ancient_egyptian_sites/san_el_hager.html

When the Arabs conquered Egypt in the 7th century, Tanis was called San and because it had many rocks and stones, which means Hagar in the Arabic ... Tanis had some water storage wells to preserve the required water to be used by the builders of different structures of the city, the priests of the temples, and some of the ...

www.ucl.ac.uk/museums-static/digitalegypt/writing/library/anceg.html

The only example of a House of Books to survive in ancient Egyptian architecture , at Edfu, may be misleading, as it illustrates not the large-scale storage of books, but the use of the term 'House of Books' to refer to any scale of book-storage. The Ptolemaic Period temple of Horus at Edfu includes a small chamber on the ...

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Oct 11, 2016 ... Van de Mieroop, however, notes that the scarcity of records from this time may be due, in part at least, to them being stored at Tanis and other cities in the marshy Delta region of Egypt "where more humid conditions caused the decay of many remains" (261). This is speculation, however, as few records ...

arxiv.org/pdf/1408.0987

Egyptian sundials. With the help of astronomical methods were developed their models, based on which the reconstruction of a sundial was held. Also, the original scheme ... 1000-600 BC stored in the Egyptian Museum of Berlin [3]. ..... On the basis of this interpretation of images on papyrus from Tanis, vertical sundial can.

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(Nu 13:22; Ge 12:5; 13:18) The Bible name Zoan corresponds to the Egyptian name (dʽn·t) of a town located in the northeastern part of the Delta region, about 56 km (35 mi) SW of Port Said. Better known by its Greek name, Tanis (near present-day San el-Hagar), it was situated on the branch of the Nile called the Tanitic ...