Libya

The largest city and capital, Tripoli, is home to over one million of Libya`s six million people. Libya has the 10th-largest proven oil reserves of any country in the world. Libya has been inhabited by Berbers since the Late Bronze Age. The Phoenicians established trading posts in western Libya, and Ancient Greek colonists established city-states....
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Libya

Socialist People`s Libyan Arab Jamahiriya noun a military dictatorship in northern Africa on the Mediterranean; consists almost entirely of desert; a major exporter of petroleum
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Libya

[mythology] Libya (from Λιβύη) is the name given to both a region of North Africa (Ancient Libya) and a daughter of Epaphus, King of Egypt, in both Greek and Roman mythology. ==Greek mythology== In Greek mythology, Libya, like Ethiopia or Scythia was one of the mythic outlands that encircled the familiar Greek world of the Hellenes and...
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Libya

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Libya

[satrapy] Libya was a satrapy of the Achaemenid Empire according to King Darius I of Persia Naqshe Rustam and King Xerxes I of Persia` Daiva inscription. It is also mentioned as being part of the 6th district by Herodotus, which also included Cyrene, a Greek colony in Libya. When King Cambyses II of Persia conquered Egypt, the king of Cyren...
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libya

A country in northern africa. Its capital is tripoli. The general geographical area has been known since ancient times to the phoenicians, greeks, and romans. It has been in the hands of the italians, the british, the germans, and the french. Libya became independent in 1951. Although the name is very ancient and appeared in egyptian hieroglyphics ...
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Libya

archaic or obsolete terms > Places: Eastern Libya, Western Egypt
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Libya

Country in North Africa, bounded north by the Mediterranean Sea, east by Egypt, southeast by Sudan, south by Chad and Niger, and west by Algeria and Tunisia. Government The 1977 constitution created...
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Libya

Country in North Africa, bounded north by the Mediterranean Sea, east by Egypt, southeast by Sudan, south by Chad and Niger, and west by Algeria and Tunisia. Government Libya has a unique political system which seeks to combine socialism, Islam, and the revolutionary philosophy of the country's ruler, Col, Moamer al-Kaddhafi. The 1977 const...
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Libya

country of North Africa. It is bounded by the Mediterranean Sea on the north, Egypt on the east, The Sudan on the southeast, Niger and Chad on the ... [50 related articles]
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Libya

Libya (lib'ēu) , officially Great Socialist People's Libyan Arab Jamahirya [state of the masses], republic (2005 est. pop. 5,766,000), 679,358 sq mi (1,759,540 sq km), N Africa. It borders on Algeria in the west, on Tunisia in the northwest, on the Mediterranean Sea in the north, on Egypt ...
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Libya

The viticulture in North Africa was by the Phoenician founded. The dry and hot climate makes viticulture difficult. In 2012, the vineyard covered 9,000 hectares, mostly for the production of table grapes serve. Be as Keltersorten Cabernet Sauvignon. Merlot and Cabernet Franc cultivated. about Wine production volumes however, nothing is known.
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Libya

[n] - a military dictatorship in North Africa on the Mediterranean
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