Apis   - in ancient sources @ attalus.org

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  Apis   - a sacred bull in Egypt
Wikipedia entry
316/19a Ptolemy gives 50 talents to pay for the burial of an Apis bull.
    Within translations:
Aelian:Fr_37 25& Ochus having killed Apis wanted to hand him over to
Aelian:NA_10.28 ian ** knowing this slew Apis and deified the ass from a
Aelian:NA_11.10 mong the Egyptians Apis is believed to be the god whose
Aelian:NA_11.11 cred to the Sun, whereas Apis, they say, is dedicated to
Euseb]:Chron_137 ōus, in whose reign Apis and Mnevis and the goat of
Just_1.9 ordered the temples of Apis and the other gods to be dem
Phylarch_78 ngs two bulls to Egypt, called Apis and Osiris. [79] & Plu
Plut:Cleom_34 ify him. As the ox Apis, though revelling, to all appearan
Polyaen_7.11.7 ere commemorating the death of Apis. Dareius immediately
PsCallisth_3.34 great gods Sarapis and Apis; when he went out, he was
SEG_48.1330 (c. 128-100)   ice men from the land of Apis {Peloponnese}.
SelPap_2.210 penses for the burial of Apis and Mnevis are to be dem
SelPap_2.244 udience at the temple of Apis, Panephremmis son of Sto
THI_131 (c. 200)   priest shall] sacrifice to Apis at the times prescr
THI_261 (185/4)   llation of the living Apis, in assembly at the te
THI_258 (c. 264)   gs, the king honourod Apis and Mnevis, &[26] the mo

  Apis 2   - an ancient king of Sicyon
Wikipedia entry
ChronSynt_86 ars Telchin for 20 years Apis for 25 years Thelxion for
Euseb]:Chron_173 the same time as Semiramis. Apis, for 25 years. The Pel

  Apis 3   - an ancient king of Argos
Euseb]:Chron_177 reign, Ogygus founded Eleusis. Apis, for 35 years. The cou

  Apis   - in documents
Lucill_11.80 up here the statue of Apis the boxer, for he never hurt

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