Heracleion   - in ancient sources @ attalus.org

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  Heracleion   - a city on the coast of Egypt
Wikipedia entry     ☆ DARE (map)
118/1a I_10, the response to a petition made by the priests at Heracleion.
AET_4.19.B   and Amun of Gereb { Heracleion },   Scribe of divine
Nicand:Th_310   swooning on the sands of Thonis; for as he slept a
THI_263.17   (c. 118) 4 B.C.), the priests of Heracleion present a petition concerning

  Heracleion 2   - a canal near Alexandria in Egypt
PsCallisth_1.31 The greatest waterway is the Heracleion bay. Greek vers

  Heracleion 3   - a temple of Heracles
SEG_35.665 (c. 160)   from . . . including the Herakleion and the fortres
SEG_43.311 (197-185)   he curtain towards the Herakleion on the right hand

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