Abydos   - in ancient sources @ attalus.org

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  Abydos   - a city in Egypt
Wikipedia entry     ☆ DARE (map)
199/15a OGIS_758, graffiti written during the siege of Abydos in Egypt.
    Within translations:
Aelian:NA_10.28   people of Busiris and of Abydos in Egypt and of Lycopolis
AET_1.10   the great god, Lord of Abydos, in the fourth month ofInundation,
AET_1.11   the great god, Lord of Abydos, on the 25th day of
AET_4.10.A   august god, hidden within Abydos, beneficent god, who protects
AET_4.15.A   first-born god, great in Abydos, presiding over Biggeh, and
AET_5.2   of the nome of Abydos, administrators of the Chontamenti
AET_5.7.B   great god, the lord of Abydos, and Seker-Osiris, within Apu {
AET_9.12   the Westerners, Lord of (?) Abydos, the great god forever and
Athen_15.680   grow about the city of Abydos, and he writes thus- "But
OGIS_758   (199)   [C]   In the siege of Abydos. Year 6, Pauni 28
Plin:HN_5.60   and Tentyris, below which is Abydos, famous for the Palace of

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