Soknebtunis   - in ancient sources @ attalus.org


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  Soknebtunis  (or Soknebtynis)   - the god Sobek, as worshipped at Tebtunis
AET_9.4.A   Senamun, has said before Soknebtynis: I am [your servant]
AET_9.4.D   has said before my master Soknebtynis the great god: I am
AET_9.5   of the priests of Soknebtynis; they saying together i.e.
SelPap_2.353   the famous temple of Soknebtunis also called Cronus and the
SelPap_2.379   priest of the twice great god Soknebtunis, the two-drachmas


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