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A Document Relating to the Cult of Arsinoe and Philotera

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This brief article deals with a unique seal impression currently housed in the Metropolitan Museum of Art (MMA 10.130.1563). Dating to the Ptolemaic Period, it belonged to a priest of the cults of Arsinoe and Philotera, but until now has not been analyzed in detail. The hieroglyphic text, transliteration, and translation is presented here along with a discussion of its date.

Affiliations: 1: Institute of Oriental Studies Moscow

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2017-04-11
2018-02-18

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