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A map of Thebes, located on the Nile, in nome #4, of Upper Egypt, of the country Egypt.

In cities, Thebes (LH:11), aka Diospolis[1], Wasset, or Luxor, refers to []


Luxor (aka Wasset or Thebes) is the world's oldest continually inhabited city, since 3,200BC. [2]


The following are related quotes:

Thales advised Pythagoras to go to Egypt and to entertain himself as much as possible with the priests of Memphis and Diospolis [Thebes]: it was from them that he had drawn all the knowledge which made him a sage and a scientist in the eyes of the masses.”
— Iamblichus (c.285BC), Life of Pythagoras (pg. 12)[3]

See also


  1. Diospolis – Wikipedia.
  2. List of oldest continuously inhabited cities – Wikipedia.
  3. Iamblichus. (c.284). “Life of Pythagoras” (pg. 12) (Ѻ). Publisher.
  4. Thebian creation myth – Hmolpedia 2020.

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