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" Barbary & the Sahara. Length, N. to S., 520 m. Area uncertain. P. 2,895,500. Cap. Cairo. The territory of Egypt is composed of a long narrow valley, enclosed by a double range of hills, which extend from Assouan to Cairo, & traversed by the Nile. There... "
Hand-book of universal geography being a Gnietteer of the world, based on ... - Page 277
by T. Carey Callicot - 1853
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Hand-book of Universal Geography: Being a Gazetteer of the World

Theophilus Carey Callicot - Geography - 1853 - 856 pages
...NE Africa, bounded N. by the Mediterranean, E. by the isthmus of Suez .t the Red sea, 8. by Nubia, 4 W. by Barbary & the Sahara. Length, N. to S., 520...branches of the Nile, having the sea for its base, A called the Delta, from its resemblance to the Greek letter A. These mntn. chains, which defend the...
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Hand-book of Universal Geography: Being a Gazetteer of the World

Theophilus Carey Callicot - Geography - 1853 - 856 pages
...K. by Nubia, 4 W. by Barbary A the Sahara. Length. N. to S , 520 m. Area uncertain. P. 2,81)5,500. Cap. Cairo. The territory of Egypt is composed of...double range of hills, which extend from Assouan to C.iiro, & traversed by the Nile. There is a triangular space enclosed by two branches of the Nile,...
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A manual of geography

Edmund Markham Heale - 1853
...is 520 miles ; its breadth is undefined. The area is uncertain. Natural Features, Climate, fyc. — The territory of Egypt is composed of a long narrow valley, enclosed by a double I range of hills, which extend from Assouan to Cairo, and traversed by the Nile. North of Cairo, where...
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Cyclopedia of Universal Geography: Being a Gazetteer of the World, Based on ...

Theophilus Carey Callicot - Geography - 1854 - 856 pages
...EG‹ISHEIM, a comm. & town of France, dep. IL Rhin. P. 2,149. EGYPT, the Misraim of scripture, A Маззг of the Arabs, a country of NE Africa, bounded N. by...branches of the Nile, having the sea for its base, A called the Delta, from its resemblance to the Greek letter Д. These mntn. chains, which defend the...
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Cyclopedia of Universal Geography: Being a Gazetteer of the World ...

Theophilus Carey Callicot - Geography - 1855 - 856 pages
...the isthmus of Suez .fc the Red sea, S. by Nubia, * Vf. by Barbary * the Sahara. Length, N". to R., 520 m. Area uncertain. P. 2,895,500. Cap. Cairo. The...branches of the Nile, having the sea for its base, A called the Delta, from its resemblance to the Greek letter A. These inntn. chains, which defend the...
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A manual of geography

Edmund Markham Heale - 1863
...is 520 miles ; its breadth is undefined. The area is uncertain. Natural Features, Climate, &c. — The territory of Egypt is composed of a long narrow...range of hills, which extend from Assouan to Cairo, and traversed by the Nile. North of Cairo, where the mountains terminate, the Nile separates into numerous...
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A compendium of Asiatic, African, American, and Australian geography, a ...

Richard Hiley - 1872
...miles ; Breadth, irregular ; Area, 175,000 sq. miles ; Pop. 5,800,000 ; Cap. Cairo. 6. Surface. — Egypt is composed of a long narrow valley, enclosed by a double range of hills, rising from 300 ft. to 2,000 ft. above the sea, and extending from South to North. The space included...
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