Heracleopolis - in ancient sources @ attalus.org
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- a city in Lower Egypt
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an oath made by Semtheus of Heracleopolis, concerning his duties
p_2.273A, a petition from Dorotheos, a Jew living in Heracleopolis.
of Birth, and the people of Heracleopolis worship them,
years. 9th Dynasty. 4 kings of Heracleopolis, who ruled
the Aphroditopolite and Herakleopolite nomes : and wherev
slave called Onesimos to Herakleopolis, to fetch something
stos. Some of them were in the Herakleopolite nome, and
nome saviour of men ; at Heracleopolis in the Sethroite
(35) is Phamenoth, in Heracleopolis above Memphis. Musaeus,
(Before 270) ou in writing in the court at Heracleopolis in your
rninus, strategus of the Heracleopolite nome, from Pet
metor, to the strategos of the Herakleopolite nome, gr
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