Sarapeium - in ancient sources @ attalus.org
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(Serapeum) - the temple of Sarapis in Alexandria
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SelPap_271A, a petition from Harmais, a recluse in the Serapeum.
Pap_271B, a petition from twins serving at the Serapeum in Memphis.
(?) guardian 10 of the Serapeum, servant of the god Ptah
in the Osirieion the Sarapieion of Rakoti and the Anubieion
tue] of him stood in the Sarapeium, [wonderfully] fashione
sought also the Sarapeion in accordance with the oracle
received from you at the Serapeum by Oxyrhynchus thr
farms the bank at the Serapeum by Oxyrhynchus I
isors of the bank at the Serapeum by Oxyrhynchus, for
. 4 ob.; for the Serapeum 2 ob.; pure bread for the
(163) a recluse in the great Serapeum for over four years now,
(B.C. ) who minister in the great Serapeum at Memphis, on a former
in the Campus near the Serapeum by the city of Oxyrh
36 obols. For the Serapeum beer-shop at 13 obols per
(c. 200) was necessary that a Sarapeion of his own be set up
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