Thebes

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See also: thebes and Thêbes

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From Ancient Greek Θῆβαι (Thêbai), from Ionic-Attic Θῆβῆ (Thêbê), from Mycenaean 𐀳𐀣 (te-qa /Tʰēgʷā/), from Proto-Hellenic *Tʰēgʷā.

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Thebes

  1. Any of two important cities in antiquity, either in Greece or Egypt.

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