Dating in cairo egypt
Cairo would eventually become a centre of learning, with the library of Cairo containing hundreds of thousands of books.
For nearly 200 years after Cairo was established, the administrative centre of Egypt remained in Fustat.
The ancient Egyptian name for the area is thought to be Khere-Ohe, "The Place of Combat", supposedly in reference to a mythical battle that took place between Seth and Horus.
However, the origins of the modern city are generally traced back to a series of settlements in the first millennium.
Around the turn of the 4th century, the Romans established a fortress town along the east bank of the Nile.
to establish a new capital for the Fatimid dynasty.
Egypt was conquered from their base in Ifriqiya and a new fortified city northeast of Fustat was established.
Cairo's metro, one of only two in Africa (the other is in Algiers, Algeria), ranks among the fifteen busiest in the world,), meaning "Place of the Sun", possibly referring to the ancient city of Heliopolis, the main seat of worship of the solar deity Ra—(or Re).