Atfih (Egyptian Arabic: أطفيح Aṭfīḥ pronounced [ʔɑtˤˈfiːħ], Coptic: Tpeh) is a town in Middle Egypt. The name is derived from Ancient Egyptian Tpyhwt, meaning the first of the cows, referring to Hathor. The name became Petpeh in Coptic, from which is derived the Arabic version Atfih (أطفيح). The city was also known in Greco-Roman Egypt as Aphroditopolis.
Some of the Ancient Egyptian monuments discovered in the town include an animal necropolis, Greco-Roman tombs, and sepulchers of cows in huge limestone tombs.
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