Tima, Egypt

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Location in Egypt
Coordinates: 26°55′N31°26′E / 26.917°N 31.433°E / 26.917; 31.433
CountryFlag of Egypt.svg  Egypt
Governorate Sohag
Time zone UTC+2 (EST)

Tima (Arabic : طما, Coptic : ⲧⲁⲙⲙⲁ [1] ) is a city in the Sohag Governorate of Upper Egypt. It is located on the west bank of the Nile.

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  1. https://st-takla.org/books/pauline-todary/coptic-language/egyptian.html

Coordinates: 26°55′N31°26′E / 26.917°N 31.433°E / 26.917; 31.433