Damietta

Damietta, a town, the third largest, in Egypt, on an eastern branch of the Nile, 8 m. from its mouth; has a trade in grain, rice, hides, fish, &c.; was taken by St. Louis in 1249, and restored on payment of his ransom from captivity.

Population (circa 1900) given as 36,000.

Definition taken from The Nuttall Encyclopædia, edited by the Reverend James Wood (1907)

Damiens, Robert François * Damocles
Daltonism
Dalziel, Thomas
Daman
Dam`araland
Damas, Colonel Comte de
Damascus
Damasus, St.
Dame aux Camélias, La
Damien, Father
Damiens, Robert François
Damietta
Damocles
Damon and Pythias
Dampier, William
Dana, Charles Anderson
Dana, James Dwight
Dana, Richard Henry
Dana, Richard Henry
Danaë
Dana`ides
Danaüs

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