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[[Fasciculus:Cairo map1549 pagano.jpg|thumb|Cairus quae olim Babylon]]
:I have yet to find an attestation of ''Fossatum'' in Latin, but Φόσσατον seems to be well attested in 7—8th century Greek papyri, so I think it's safe to say that ''Fossatum'' is the legitimate Latin name of Fusṭāṭ. Note also that the equation of Cairo and Babylon-of-Egypt does seem to have been forgotten either: [[:Fasciculus:Cairo map1549 pagano.jpg]], [[:en:Babylon Fortress]]. --[[Usor:Iustinus|Iustinus]] ([[Disputatio Usoris:Iustinus|disputatio]]) 15:04, 27 Augusti 2012 (UTC)
::I added a quote from William of Tyre who says it is popularly called "Babylon", but elsewhere he seems to use it to refer to Fustat, as in "Babylonia et Cahere". He also mentions Alexandria, Bilbeis, and Damietta. The French crusade chronicles also refer to "Babilone" or "Babiloinne" (Jean de Joinville for example). [[Usor:Adam Bishop|Adam Episcopus]] ([[Disputatio Usoris:Adam Bishop|disputatio]]) 10:57, 28 Augusti 2012 (UTC)