Djeme - in ancient sources @ attalus.org
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- a town on the west bank of the Nile, near Thebes
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royal offering of Amenope of Djeme, great god, living of Re,
image, Amon of Opet of Djeme, the great god living at
Osoroeris, the divine servant of Djeme.
exō taxeōn the troops of Djeme, the whole army of Djeme,
lector in the necropolis of Djeme, Harsiesi son of Petamenopi, which
lector of the necropolis of Djeme, Harsiesi, son of Petamenopi and
divine-father Spoteus, the prophetess of Djeme.
divine-father Spotous, the prophetess of Djeme.
the pastophoros of Amon of Djeme and sacred servant of Hathor
is on the hill of Djeme, for each subsequent month, which
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