Epeiph   - in ancient sources @ attalus.org

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  Epeiph   - the eleventh month in the Egyptian year
3Macc_6 Pachon to the fourth of Epeiph, for forty days; and their
ExcBarb_50A of July, on the 18th day of Epeiph. Augustus (VIII) and
THI_1 (164)   monthis [in] year 12, Epeiph the third epagomenal
THI_18 (186)   r 19, on the 24th day of Epeiph. His son was kil
THI_2 (42)   in the 23rd year {22 Epeiph = 25 July 58 B.C.}, my
THI_20 (c. 90)   }, day 7 of the month Epeiph, in the time of the ma
THI_3 (41)   r 11, the 15th of [Epeiph] {3 July 41 B.C.} was the
OGIS_59 (163)   r 18, Audnaios 15, which is Epeiph 15. . . . Theoge
SEG_46.2120 (257)   er, year 28, month of Epeiph; Rhodon of Ptolemais,

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