Bubastis   - in ancient sources @ attalus.org


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  Bubastis   (Bast) - an Egyptian goddess, usually depicted as a cat
  →
Wikipedia entry
254/2 PCZen_59451, a letter from the "hierodouloi" of Bubastis to Zenon.
    Within translations:
Nicarch_11.18 is all over with Bubastis ; & for if every woman is bro

  Bubastis 2   - site of a Jewish temple in the nome of Heliopolis, Egypt
Joseph:AJ_13.66 name from the country Bubastis; this place is full of
Joseph:AJ_13.70 named from the country Bubastis; on which account we can

  Bubastis 3   - an ancient Egyptian city, capital of the nome of the same name
  →
Wikipedia entry     ☆ DARE (map)
  + Bubastus
181/17 OGIS_100, a statue of Apollonius at Bubastis.
    Within translations:
Euseb]:Chron_137 hasm appeared in the ground at Bubastis, and many were kil
Euseb]:Chron_147 ynasty. 3 kings of Bubastis: Sesonchosis, 21 years Osortho
PCairZen_* 59043-59045 * boys. Year 28, Peritios 20, in Boubastos. ... FROM AMYNTA
PCairZen_59451 ings from the temple slaves at Boubastis who feed the cats


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