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Limestone stele of Ankhhor son of Pimay son of Pasherienmut son of Nesmin. The stela is dated in regnal Year 22 of pharaoh Shoshenq V of the 22nd Dynasty and depict the deceased Ankhhor with the goddess Hathor.
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The city was known as Tpyhwt during pharohnic times, Βούσιρις(Busiris) in Hellenistic times, Aphroditopolis during the Byzantine and Roman Empires, Petpeh in Coptic, and since the Islamic conquest as Atfih.
- Chysaorius of Aphroditopolis
- Issac of Aphroditopolis fl.1183 (Latin)
- Jacob, Bishop of Aphroditopolis fl.1020s
- Father Zosima el-Antony(Orthodox)
- Article "An Egyptian Village in the Age of Justinian" in The Journal of Hellenic Studies, Vol. 64, 1944 (1944), pp. 21-36
- Richard Price, Michael Gaddis The Acts of the Council of Chalcedon, Volume 1 (Liverpool University Press, 2005) p299
- Jill Kamil, Christianity in the Land of the Pharaohs: The Coptic Orthodox Church (Routledge, 24 May 2013) p261.
- (Latin) Naqlun excavations 1995.
- First new bishops consecrated by Pope Tawadros.
- Aphroditopolis at GCatholic.org.
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