|Author:||Magia (Authenticated as Magia)|
|Date:||August 10, 2004 at 8:05:40 PM|
|Reply to:||Nilus by Magia|
Eventhough, my source says it is a greek word, Nilus is Latin for "river"
I have this parragraph :
"Neilos per i greci, Nilus per i latini, anche il Nilo trova finalmente una sua spiegazione nel babilonese più antico che per dire e scrivere inondazione
usava nilum. "
My Italian is not that good but I get from
his, that for the Greek it was Neilos, for the Latin Nilus and in old Babylon the word Nilum was used to describe a flood.
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