Sarapeium   - in ancient sources @ attalus.org


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  Sarapeium   (Serapeum) - the temple of Sarapis in Alexandria
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163/4a SelPap_271A, a petition from Harmais, a recluse in the Serapeum.
162/8a Pap_271B, a petition from twins serving at the Serapeum in Memphis.
    Within translations:
PHaun_6 tue] of him stood in the Sarapeium, [wonderfully] fashione
PsCallisth_1.33 sought also the Sarapeion in accordance with the oracle
SelPap_1.186 . 4 ob.; for the Serapeum 2 ob.; pure bread for the
SelPap_1.69 received from you at the Serapeum by Oxyrhynchus thr
SelPap_1.77 farms the bank at the Serapeum by Oxyrhynchus I
SelPap_1.79 isors of the bank at the Serapeum by Oxyrhynchus, for
SelPap_2.324 in the Campus near the Serapeum by the city of Oxyrh
SelPap_2.406 36 obols. For the Serapeum beer-shop at 13 obols per
Syll_663 (c. 200)   was necessary that a Sarapeion of his own be set up


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