Pathyris   - in ancient sources @

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  Pathyris   - a town in southern Egypt
Wikipedia entry
101/23 BGU_998, recording the sale of a house at Pathyris.
88/4 Platon to Nechthyres and the town of Pathyris about a native revolt.
88/35 PAmh_51, concerning the sale of a house at Pathyris.
88/59 from Platon to the town of Pathyris, announcing that Ptolemy Sot
AET_4.12.B   younger to the elders of Pathyris, greetings.   I have sent
AET_6.3.A   of Hathor lady of Gebelên, the Brother-and-sister gods, the
AET_7.17.A   of ' Hathor, lady of Gebelen ', the lesonis of Hathor
Plin:HN_5.61   and Panopolis and another Aphroditopolis, and on the Libyan

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