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Λιβύη

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Homeric toponym (Odyssee IX.95, XXIII.311). After the name of the Libu, a tribal people of North Africa, attested as LBW or RBW in Egyptian inscriptions of the 13th century BC (Merneptah Stele), and as LBY in later Punic inscriptions.

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Λιβύη (Libúē) (genitive Λιβύης) f, first declension

  1. Libya
  2. northwestern Africa
  3. Africa

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Proper nounEdit

Λιβύη (Livýif

  1. Libya