Panopolis   - in ancient sources @ attalus.org


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  Panopolis   - a city in Upper Egypt
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AET_4.19.B   . . and Isis of Chemmis,   Priest Of Bastet of
AET_4.19.E   of Horus and Isis of Chemmis,   of Isis the Great,
AET_5.2   of Min, the lord of Achmim, the Osiris Shepmin, justified born
AET_5.7.B   Seker-Osiris, within Apu { Panopolis } and Harmachis-Atum, the
Plin:HN_5.49   Latopolite, Heliopolite, Prosopite, Panopolite, Busirite, Onuphite, Saite,
Plin:HN_5.61   [61] Then Ptolemais and Panopolis and another Aphroditopolis, and
SelPap_1.38   being Senthotmenis, of Panopolis, that Pbekis has le
SelPap_2.425   riest, to the strategus of the Panopolite nome greet
SelPap_2.426   have delivered in Panopolis in obedience to the orde


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