Canopus   - in ancient sources @

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  Canopus   - a city in the Nile delta, Egypt
Wikipedia entry     ☆ DARE (map)
238/2 cree of the Egyptian priests at Canopus in honour of Ptolemy III.
47/11 defeats the Egyptians near Canopus, despite the death of Euphranor,
    Within translations:
AET_4.19.B   Osiris in the temple of Canopus,   Priest of Horus Lord
Callim:Epigr_56   To the god [Sarapis] of Canopus did Callistiŏn, daug
DiogLaert_7.120   a hundred stades from Canopus, and the man who is only
Plut:Cleom_37   maeus happening to go to Canopus, they propagated a report
POxy_1380   leum lady of the sea; at Canopus leader of the muses; at
PsCallisth_1.31   the Agathodaemon by the Canopus, and the width from the
SelPap_2.212   the said deified Augustus in Canopus are chosen by
SelPap_3.104   Pharos and the mouth of Canopus I have my place amid

  Canopus 2   - the name of a bright star
Wikipedia entry
Plin:HN_6.87   of the month, and that Canopus, a large and brilliant star,
Poseidon_97   ays that the star called Canopus is very bright in the sou
Poseidon_99   5.14) & The star called Canopus can be seen from near Gad

  Canopus 3   - the helmsman of Menelaus
  + Canobus
Aelian:NA_15.13 the savage creature that Canobus, the helmsman of Menelaus

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