Djeme   - in ancient sources @

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  Djeme   - a town on the west bank of the Nile, near Thebes
Wikipedia entry
AET_4.10.B   royal offering of Amenope of Djeme, great god, living of Re,
AET_4.12.A   image, Amon of Opet of Djeme, the great god living at
AET_6.4.C   Osoroeris, the divine servant of Djeme.
AET_6.7   exō taxeōn the troops of Djeme, the whole army of Djeme,
AET_7.8.E   lector in the necropolis of Djeme, Harsiesi son of Petamenopi, which
AET_7.8.H   lector of the necropolis of Djeme, Harsiesi, son of Petamenopi and
AET_7.12   divine-father Spoteus, the prophetess of Djeme.
AET_7.12.B   divine-father Spotous, the prophetess of Djeme.
AET_7.18.A   the pastophoros of Amon of Djeme and sacred servant of Hathor
AET_7.18.B   is on the hill of Djeme, for each subsequent month, which

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