Anubis   - in ancient sources @

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  Anubis   - an Egyptian god, depicted with a jackal's head
Wikipedia entry
  + Anubieum
Lucill_11.212 ave got for six drachmas a son Anubis & from the shrines
SelPap_1.100 and will spend two days in the Anubieum drinking. N
SelPap_2.210 ses and hawk-shrines and Anubis-shrines and other sim

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