Mendes   - in ancient sources @

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  Mendes   - a city in the Nile delta, Egypt
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  + Mendesian
282/20a Ptolemy goes to Mendes, to celebrate a festival for his accession.
264/18a Inscr_43, the "Mendes Stele", recording the participation of Ptolema
    Within translations:
Aelian:Fr_35   & & Ochus kills the goat of Mendes. [36] & {39 DF} &
AET_2.9.2   The Temple of Hatmehyt { Mendes } become bushes, palms and
AET_1.11   you justified Onnophris, come to Mendes; O lusty Bull, come to
AET_4.18.B   The Ram within Anpet is in my heart, because
AET_5.6   one, the great one in Djedet, a thousand offerings and provisions
Athen_15.688   those called Metopian and Mendesian are prepared with the
Euseb]:Chron_137   pis and Mnevis and the goat of Mendes were honoured as god
Euseb]:Chron_149   ynasty. 4 kings of Mendes: Nepheretes, 6 years Achoris,
PCairZen_59470   to you, Theogenes arrived at Mendes on the 23rd . . .
Plin:HN_5.49   Cynopolite, Hermopolite, Xoite, Mendesian, Sebennyte, Cabasite, Latopolite,
Plin:HN_5.64   Bolbitine, Sebennytic, Phatnitic, Mendesic, Tanitic, and last
POxy_1380   ; at Hermopolis in the Mendesian nome leader ; at Pharba
PSI_329   eted} & Year 28, Dystros 8, in Mendes. From Amyntas, about
SelPap_1.88A   (257) year 28, Dystrus 17, in Mendes.

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