Theva is a city of Boeotia, one of the oldest of Greece, the seat of the Municipality of Thebes. According to the 2011 census, it has 22,833 inhabitants. It was built by the myth from Cadmus and has a great historical and mythological significance. Among the most important Thebans was Epameinondas, the great general of antiquity that made Thebes the ruler of Greece, and Pelopidas, the leader of the famous Holy Lodge. The acropolis of Theva was called "Cadismia", thus indicating its founder. The plural of the name Thvure is due to its famous Fourteen gates, which are closely linked to the myth of Niobe. It also saves, in antiquity, it was called the current Karnak of Egypt. This name is reported to be a corruption of the Egyptian word for "city". The ancient name "Theva" prevailed as an official name of the city in the Katharevousa. The unofficial name, however, was that found in the singular, as was the case with the name of the capital (officially: Thebes, unofficially: Thebes), which was considered official after the abolition of the katharonas.
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