Busiris - in ancient sources @ attalus.org
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- an ancient king of Egypt
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stomach of Osiris, Lord of Bûsiris, so that the poison no
irynthians by Ephippus, in his Busiris. And he introduces
the Euxine, the Egyptian king Busiris, ** the Gauls, ** and
- a village in the Heracleopolite nome, Egypt
( ? ) of hay lying at Bousiris in the Herakleopolite
- a city in Lower Egypt
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& The people of Busiris and of Abydos in Egypt and of
Go you in peace to Busiris !
gone to Lycopolis in the Busirite nome, which had been occupied
you. Your corpse lives in] Busiris and the Thinite nome.
Heliopolite, Prosopite, Panopolite, Busirite, Onuphite, Saite, Ptenethus,
the Town of Isis, Busiris, Cynopolis, Aphroditopolis, Sais, and
out of three temples that at Busiris 270& called . . .
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