Elephantine - in ancient sources @ attalus.org
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- an island in the river Nile in the far south of Egypt
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IS_168.H, a letter to Ptolemy VIII from the priests in Elephantine.
Ptolemy IX and Cleopatra to priests and officials in Elephantine.
up from the city of Elephantine and there come to a
and those who dwell in Elephantine, as it is called, the
Takhnum, kalasiris of Elephantine and standard-bearer before
has come to you from Elephantine, so that he might fill
nasty. 31 kings of Elephantine: The first king was Otho
(152-145) tes of the temples in Elephantine [and Abaton] and
(115) wly founded city of Elephantine, first [the king] m
sea is 750 miles - Elephantis is an inhabited island 4
egus of the Ombite nome and of Elephantine. The 12th
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