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Ancient Egypt is commonly referred to as 'km.t' , believed to be a reference to the black Nile Delta earth, as opposed to Deshret, the red barren desert land. The name Egypt was used accidentally by the Greeks after mistaking the Second name of the City of Thebes, "Aigyptos" for the country.
It may also refer to:
- Km (hieroglyph), km I the name of ancient Egypt in Egyptian
- KEMET Corporation, American capacitor manufacturer
- Kemetism, revivals of the ancient Egyptian religion
- Kmt (magazine), an academic journal of ancient Egypt
- A chemical compound for protecting against dragon fire, as found in the book The Hero and the Crown by Robin McKinley
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