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The Triakontaschoinos (Greek: Τριακοντάσχοινος, "Land of the Thirty Schoinoi"), Latinized as Triacontaschoenus, was a geographical and administrative term used in the Greco-Roman world for the part of Lower Nubia between the First and Second Cataracts of the Nile, which formed a buffer zone between Egypt and later Rome on the one hand and Meroë on the other hand. The northern part of this area, stretching from the First Cataract south to Maharraqa was known as the Dodekaschoinos or Dodecaschoenus (Δωδεκάσχοινος, "Land of the Twelve Schoinoi"). In the Ptolemaic and Roman periods the Dodekaschoinos was often annexed to Egypt or controlled from it, and the rest of the Triakontaschoinos sometimes was as well.

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  • Dodecascoenus o Dodecaschoenus, grec Dôdekaschoinos, fou un districte del sud d'Egipte que prenia el seu nom de tenir XII schoinoi. La frontera nord era a Filae i la del sud a Pscelcis (Dakkeh). Els romans van unir el districte a la prefectura de l'Alt Egipte.
  • Dodekaschoinos (altgriechisch δυώδεκα σχοῖνοι = Zwölfschoinenland) oder Zwölfmeilenland, in Latein Dodecaschoenus, hieß das Grenzland zwischen Ägypten und Nubien. Das Land erstreckte sich südlich ab Syene zwölf Schoinen, auch ägyptische Meilen oder Iteru genannt, entlang des Nils. Es überlappt sich mit dem Triakontaschoinos (altgriechisch Τριακοντάσχοινος = Dreißigschoinenland) oder Dreißigmeilenland, in Latein Triacontaschoenus, ein geographischer und administrativer Begriff der Ptolemäer für das Gebiet zwischen dem ersten und dem zweiten Katarakt des Nils.
  • Le Dodécaschène du grec: δυώδεκα σχοῖνοι, est le nom donné par les géographes de l'époque gréco-romaine à la partie de la Nubie qui s'étend immédiatement au sud de Philæ, et qui fut occupée à partir d'Auguste par les légions. D'autres documents nomment ce même pays le Commilitonium (confins militaires de l'Égypte). La Nubie complète s'appela parfois vers le même temps, le Triacontaschène, c'est-à-dire le pays des trente . Dioclétien retire les troupes romaines en 298, autorisant les Nobates à se défendre eux-mêmes contre les envahisseurs.
  • Triakontaschoinos (bahasa Yunani: Τριακοντάσχοινος, "Tanah Tiga Puluh ""), menjadi Triacontaschoenus, adalah sebuah istilah yang dipakai di dunia Yunani-Romawi untuk wilayah yang terletak di antara dan Sungai Nil. Pada zaman Ptolemaik dan Romawi, semua atau bagian utara dari wilayah tersebut, yang disebut sebagai Dodekaschoinos (Δωδεκάσχοινος, "Tanah Dua Belas Schoinoi"), di-Latinisasi sebagai Dodecaschoenus, sering kali dianeksasi oleh Mesir atau diperintah dari sana.
  • Dodecascoeno (in latino Dodecaschoenus ed in greco Dôdekaschoinos), fu un distretto del sud dell'Antico Egitto che prese il suo nome dalla misura di questo territorio pari a dodici schoenoi (pari a 120 km attuali). La frontiera settentrionale si trovava presso Philae (nei pressi dell'attuale Assuan) mentre al sud, presso Pscelchis (l'attuale Dakka).
  • Triacontasqueno (em latim: Triacontaschoenus; em grego clássico: Τριακοντάσχοινος; romaniz.: Triakontáschoinos , Lit. "terra de trinta esquenos") foi um termo geográfico e administrativo usado por gregos e romanos para chamar parte da entre a primeira e segunda cataratas do Nilo. Nas épocas ptolomaica (332–30 a.C.) e romana (30 a.C.–395 d.C.), toda ou parte do norte dessa área, que se estendia da primeira catarata ao sul de Hierasicamino e que era designada Dodecasqueno (em latim: Dodecaschoenus; em grego clássico: Δωδεκάσχοινος; romaniz.: Dodekáschoinos , lit. "terra dos doze esquenos"), foi comumente anexada ou controlada pelo Egito. Triacontasqueno e Dodecasqueno foram usados pela primeira vez pelos ptolomaicos e denominaram as zonas tampão entre o Egito e o Reino de Cuxe (Meroé).
  • Ο τριακοντάσχοινος ήταν γεωγραφικός προσδιορισμός σε χρήση στην ελληνιστική Αίγυπτο, και μετέπειτα και από την ως triakontaschoenus, ο οποίος αντιστοιχούσε στην περιοχή (τόπο) της κάτω Νουβίας μεταξύ του πρώτου και του δευτέρου καταρράκτη του Νείλου. Βορειοανατολικά της περιοχής αυτής, βρισκόταν ο δωδεκάσχοινος, ο οποίος συνήθως βρισκόταν υπό την εξουσία των φαραώ της Αιγύπτου. Η ονομασία βασίζονταν στην μονάδα μέτρησης του , με 30 σχοίνους να αντιστοιχούν σε έκταση περίπου 320 χιλιόμετρα και 12 σε περίπου 125 χλμ.
  • Dodekaschoinos (en griego antiguo δυώδεκα σχοῖνοι = país de doce choinos) o país de doce millas, latinizado Dodecaschoenus, era el nombre de la tierra fronteriza en la Nubia inferior entre el Antiguo Egipto y Nubia. Siguiendo el Nilo río arriba, el país se extendía desde Syene doce Schoines, también llamadas millas egipcias, al sur. Bajo dominio romano el emperador Augusto reorganizó el Dodekaschoinos, pero conservó la donación ptolemaica de sus ingresos al templo de Isis en Filae. En el año 298 EC los romanos bajo Diocleciano abandonaron el Dodekaschoinos.​
  • The Triakontaschoinos (Greek: Τριακοντάσχοινος, "Land of the Thirty Schoinoi"), Latinized as Triacontaschoenus, was a geographical and administrative term used in the Greco-Roman world for the part of Lower Nubia between the First and Second Cataracts of the Nile, which formed a buffer zone between Egypt and later Rome on the one hand and Meroë on the other hand. The northern part of this area, stretching from the First Cataract south to Maharraqa was known as the Dodekaschoinos or Dodecaschoenus (Δωδεκάσχοινος, "Land of the Twelve Schoinoi"). In the Ptolemaic and Roman periods the Dodekaschoinos was often annexed to Egypt or controlled from it, and the rest of the Triakontaschoinos sometimes was as well.
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