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see CoptosCoptos
or Coptus
, ancient city of Egypt, on the right bank of the Nile, c.27 mi (43 km) N of modern Luxor. Remains of the Temple of Min, patron god of Coptos, have been found there as well as relics from the time of Ramses II and Thutmose III.
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A brother had died and although he was born and raised in Kharga, the family insisted on burying him in Qift, their ancestral village near the river many miles away.
Qift kor kontrollu bir calismada orta ve hafif fotohasarli 776 bireyde etkinligi degerlendirilmistir.
What the author described as Qift Arabic (Qift is a town near Qena) is in fact the language spoken by workers from Qift working on the archaeological sites of the Red Sea.
The site is on the trans-desert route that linked Qift (ancient Koptos) on the Nile to Quseir/Quseir al-Qadim (ancient Leukos Limen/Myos Hormos?