Asyut

a place that was sacred to the jackal god, Wepwawet. It is about halfway between Aswan and Cairo.
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Asyut

Ancient town in middle Egypt
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Asyut

Asyut (äsyOOt') , city (1986 pop. 272,986), E central Egypt, on the Nile. An industrial and trading center and also the seat of a university, it is famed for pottery, carved bone and wood, leatherwork, and silk shawls. Nearby is the Asyut Barrage, which helps regulate the Nile's flow and im...
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Asyut

Commercial centre in southern Egypt, near the west bank of the Nile, 322 km/200 mi south of Cairo; population (1996) 343,500, (2007 calc) 438,400. It is the capital of the governorate (area 1,600 sq km/618 sq mi; population (1996) 2,802,185) of the same name. One of the Nile dams is located here. An ancient Graeco-Egyptian city,...
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