Serapis - in ancient sources @ attalus.org
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- an Egyptian god, worshipped from the 3rd century B.C. onwards
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The official entry of the god Sarapis into Alexandria.
Ptolemy III introduces the cult of Sarapis at Alexandria.
hilippus concerning the property of the god Sarapis at Thessalonice.
ruling of Philippus about the property of Sarapis at Thessalonice.
ceia about the property rights of the sanctuary of Sarapis and Isis.
consuls ban the worship of Serapis, Isis and other eastern gods in
orders the destruction of the temples of Sarapis and Isis in Rome.
The senate orders the demolition of temples of Isis and Serapis.
omens, all the temples of Isis and Serapis in Rome are demolished.
public temple is dedicated at Rome to Serapis and Isis.
thee horn and quiver, Sarapis ; but the arrows the men
56] & To the god [Sarapis] of Canopus did Callistiŏn
work in front of the temple of Serapis. Tablet of mar
738 in Ar.] The entry of Sarapis ["called Sorapis or Sirap
(174) ntiochos, priests of Sarapis and Isis, declared tha
turned to his brother Serapis,  and pointing to
built a temple to Helios Serapis, and a public bath, calle
(271-246) nded this temple for Sarapis, Isis and Arsino
(305-285) s was dedicated to Sarapis and Isis by Nikanor
(199) here and made obeisance to Sarapis. [C] In
(217-208) Philometores, and to Sarapis and Isis, by Licha
the stadium of the great god Sarapis. Then comes the can
the gods, especially divine Sarapis and Zeus. And when
Rokotide, that is, the lord Sarapis. He said: "How is
remain blessed to the great Sarapis, lord of all. And
city for the great gods Sarapis and Apis; when he went
(281-261) t he may be sacred to Sarapis, and we have set u
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