Ptolemais

(from the article `Ptolemy I Soter`) ...details of Ptolemy`s participation in the process cannot be determined. It is certain, however, that discrimination against the Egyptians took ...
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Ptolemais

coastal city of ancient Cyrenaica (now part of Libya). The site was easily defensible and provided the only safe anchorage between ... [1 related articles]
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Ptolemaïs

Ptolemaïs (tolumā'īs) , ancient name given to several cities to honor members of the dynasty of the Ptolemies. One of these later became known as Akko, in modern Israel. Another was one of the great Hellenistic cities of Upper Egypt, on the Nile and N of Abydos. A third, in Cyre...
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Ptolemaïs

Ptolemaïs (ptôlimīs') , town (1991 pop. 25,195), N Greece, in Macedonia. It was a small market town until 1958, when it began to be developed as an industrial center. Lignite, mined there in vast quantities, is used to power thermoelectric plants, which produce electricity for i...
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