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Menouthis was a sacred city in ancient Egypt, devoted to the Egyptian goddess Isis and god Serapis. The city was submerged under water in the 8th century as a result of earthquakes or a Nile flood. For a long time, its exact location remained uncertain.
"Menouthis" is also the name of a song by E.S. Posthumus, inspired by the ancient city.
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