Heracleopolis   - in ancient sources @ attalus.org

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  Heracleopolis   - a city in Lower Egypt
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  + Heracleopolite
221/15 an oath made by Semtheus of Heracleopolis, concerning his duties
134/8a p_2.273A, a petition from Dorotheos, a Jew living in Heracleopolis.
    Within translations:
Euseb]:Chron_141 years. 9th Dynasty. 4 kings of Heracleopolis, who ruled
PCairZen_59106 the Aphroditopolite and Herakleopolite nomes : and wherev
PCairZen_59148 slave called Onesimos to Herakleopolis, to fetch something
PCairZen_59368 stos. Some of them were in the Herakleopolite nome, and
SelPap_2.247 (Before 270)   ou in writing in the court at Heracleopolis in your
SelPap_2.312 rninus, strategus of the Heracleopolite nome, from Pet
THI_5 metor, to the strategos of the Herakleopolite nome, gr

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