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Chapters: Septimius Severus. Source: Wikipedia. Pages: 65. Not illustrated. Free updates online. Purchase includes a free trial membership in the publisher's book club where you can select from more than a million books without charge. Excerpt: Ancient Libya was the region west of the Nile Valley generally corresponding to modern Northwest Africa. Climate...
Chapters: Septimius Severus. Source: Wikipedia. Pages: 65. Not illustrated. Free updates online. Purchase includes a free trial membership in the publisher's book club where you can select from more than a million books without charge. Excerpt: Ancient Libya was the region west of the Nile Valley generally corresponding to modern Northwest Africa. Climate changes affected the locations of the settlements. In the Greek period the Berbers were known as Libyans. Their lands were called Libya, and extended from modern Morocco to the western borders of Ancient Egypt. Modern Egypt contains the Siwa Oasis, historically part of Libya, where the Berber Siwi language is still spoken. The name Libya appears in Ancient Egyptian, Phoenician, Greek, Hebrew, Latin, Arabic, and the modern European languages. The Ancient Egyptians mentioned many Libyan tribes. The most well-known and important tribeson the basis of the Egyptian archaeological sourceswere the Tjehenu, the Tamahu, the Libu (or Ribu), and the Meshwesh. The oldest known references to Libya date to Ramesses II and his successor Merneptah, Egyptian rulers of the nineteenth dynasty, during the 13th century BCE. Libya appears as an ethnic name on the Merneptah Stele Afterward, the name appeared repeatedly in the pharaonic records. It is, therefore, supposed that the origin of the name Libya was this Egyptian name for the ancient tribe Libu. Homer also names Libya, in Odyssey iv: Menelaus had travelled there on his way home from Troy; it was a land of wonderful richness, where the lambs have horns as soon as they are born, where ewes lamb three times a year and no shepherd ever goes short of milk, meat or cheese. When Greeks actually settled in the real Libya in the 630s, the old name taken from Egyptians was applied by the Greeks of Cyrenaica, who may have co-existed with the Libu. Later, the name appeared in the Hebrew language, written in the Bible as Lehabim and Lubim, indicatin...More: http://booksllc.net/?id=6645651
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