Oxyrhyncha   - in ancient sources @ attalus.org

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  Oxyrhyncha   - a village in Egypt
230/1 onysodorus to Asclepiades, concerning the inhabitants of Oxyrhyncha
137/6 tion to the strategus Phanias from the royal peasants of Oxyrhyncha.
    Within translations:
SelPap_1.270A   (November 199) who inhabit, as I do, Oxyrhyncha of the Polemon division, I
SelPap_2.271   (Early 2nd cent.)   er of Menelaus, inhabitant of Oxyrhyncha in the div
SelPap_2.429   beach of the people of Oxyrhyncha and drove away the

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