Serapis   - in ancient sources @ attalus.org


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  Serapis   - an Egyptian god, worshipped from the 3rd century B.C. onwards
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285/13 The official entry of the god Sarapis into Alexandria.
221/18 Ptolemy III introduces the cult of Sarapis at Alexandria.
187/2 hilippus concerning the property of the god Sarapis at Thessalonice.
186/1 ruling of Philippus about the property of Sarapis at Thessalonice.
174/1 ceia about the property rights of the sanctuary of Sarapis and Isis.
58/69 consuls ban the worship of Serapis, Isis and other eastern gods in
53/40 orders the destruction of the temples of Sarapis and Isis in Rome.
50/57 The senate orders the demolition of temples of Isis and Serapis.
48/73 omens, all the temples of Isis and Serapis in Rome are demolished.
43/124 public temple is dedicated at Rome to Serapis and Isis.
    Within translations:
Callim:Epigr_38 thee horn and quiver, Sarapis ; but the arrows the men
Callim:Epigr_56 56] & To the god [Sarapis] of Canopus did Callistiŏn
CIL_1.698 work in front of the temple of Serapis. Tablet of mar
Hieron:Chron_1731 738 in Ar.] The entry of Sarapis ["called Sorapis or Sirap
Inscr_102 (174)   ntiochos, priests of Sarapis and Isis, declared tha
Julian:Caes_310 turned to his brother Serapis, [311] and pointing to
Malal_192 built a temple to Helios Serapis, and a public bath, calle
OGIS_16 (271-246)   nded this temple for Sarapis, Isis and Arsino&#
OGIS_21 (305-285)   s was dedicated to Sarapis and Isis by Nikanor
OGIS_758 (199)   here and made obeisance to Sarapis. [C]   In
OGIS_82 (217-208)   Philometores, and to Sarapis and Isis, by Licha
PsCallisth_1.31 the stadium of the great god Sarapis. Then comes the can
PsCallisth_2.21 the gods, especially divine Sarapis and Zeus. And when
PsCallisth_3.24 Rokotide, that is, the lord Sarapis. He said: "How is
PsCallisth_3.33 remain blessed to the great Sarapis, lord of all. And
PsCallisth_3.34 city for the great gods Sarapis and Apis; when he went
SEG_20.325 (281-261)   t he may be sacred to Sarapis, and we have set u


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