Busiris

Busiris or Bousiris (Greek: Βούσιρις) may mean several different things, including: ==Greek mythology== ==Plays== ==Places== ...
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Busiris

[Aphroditopolis] Busiris (Greek: Βούσιρις) was an ancient city of Middle Egypt, in the Aphroditopolite nome, on the west bank of the Nile, southwest of Aphroditopolis (the modern city of Atfih). ...
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Busiris

[Greek mythology] Busiris (Βούσιρις) is the Greek name of a place in Egypt, which in Egyptian was named ḏdw (pronounced Djedu). The location was an important necropolis and a centre for the cult of Osiris, hence name Busiris. The word Busiris was also used to refer to chief god of Busiris, an attribute of Osiris. In Greek mytholog...
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Busiris

[Lower Egypt] Busiris (Greek: Βούσιρις, Herod. i. 59, 61,165; Strabo xvii. p. 802; Plut. Is. et Osir. 30; Ptol. iv. 5. § 51; Plin. v. 9. s. 11: Hierocl. p. 725; Steph. B. s. v.) was an ancient city of Lower Egypt, located at the modern Abu Sir Bana. In antiquity, it was the chief town of the nome Ati in Egypt, and stood west of Sai...
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Busiris

City in central Delta sacred to Osiris.
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Busiris

in Greek mythology, Egyptian king, son of Poseidon (the god of the sea) and Lysianassa (daughter of Epaphus, a legendary king of Egypt). After Egypt ...
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