Edfu - in ancient sources @ attalus.org
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- a temple of Horus in Egypt
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Red Sea coast, and constructs roads from there to Coptus and Edfu.
The commencement of building of the temple of Horus at Edfu.
The completion of the first stage of the temple at Edfu.
letion of the main gates and the double doors of the temple at Edfu.
OGIS_82, a dedication at Edfu by Lichas, an elephant hunter.
The dedication of the inner temple complex at Edfu.
The foundation of the Pronaos of the temple at Edfu.
The Pronaos of the temple at Edfu is completed.
of the sky, lord of Edfu, the royal brother Pa-shu the
necropolis of the west of Edfu for the beautiful lady, wise
(c. 90) Ptolemaic temple at Edfu, contains a detailed acc
hieroglyphs on the Ptolemaic at Edfu contains a detailed account of
reful about Arsinoe near Apollonopolis, to see that
Paid by the church of Apollonopolis on account of s
ochus, left in charge at Apollonopolis the Great, 1 r
(late 3rd century) e at the Paneion near Apollonopolis, and Epathrodit
(late 2nd century) ong the rocks of mountainous Bachthis, where the sacred seat
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