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English: Iteru written in Egyptian hieroglyph. This was the name of the Nile River in the ancient Egyptian language. It means "great river"
Español: Iteru escrito en jeroglíficos egipcios. Así llamado el Río Nilo en la antigua lengua egipcia. Significa «Gran río».

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