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Thais Saint active 4th century

Works: 21 works in 33 publications in 9 languages and 397 library holdings
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Antinoë et les sépultures de Thaïs et Sérapion by Al Gayet( Book )

1 edition published in 1902 in French and held by 5 WorldCat member libraries worldwide

Petition by Thais( )

in Greek, Ancient and held by 1 WorldCat member library worldwide

Papyrus petition from the Arsinoites (modern name: Fayyūm), Egypt. Thasis, daughter of Horos from Krokodilon polis (Arsinoë), writes to Aetos the strategos, the highest official in the region. Thasis accuses Anches, a honey seller from Krokodilon polis, of illegally having Aetos' assistant Alexandros put her in prison on Epeiph 1, year 3 (Aug. 9, 202 B.C.?). Thasis is a widow. She requests a hearing before the strategos. The farewell reads, "good luck."
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Audience level: 0.70 (from 0.42 for Thaïs / ... to 0.95 for The legend ...)

The legends of the holy harlots : Tha·is and Pelagia in medieval Spanish literature
Alternative Names
Prepodobna Taisa

Santa Taide

Santa Thais

Sveta Taisa

Szent Thaisz



Taisia святая

Taisia святая 4 в.

Tajda svetnica

Tays святая

Tays святая 4 в.

Thais 4th cent Saint

Thais cortesana y santa egipcia

Thaïs Heilige ca. 4. Jh.

Thais Hetäre und Eremitin

Thaïs saint

Thais, Saint, 4th cent.

Thaïs Sainte

Thais, svatá, činná 4. století

Thaïs van Alexandrië

Thais святая

Thais святая 4 в.

Thaisia active 4th century Saint

Thaisia, Saint, active 4th century

Thaisia, svatá, činná 4. století

Thaisis, sancta, činná 4. století

Thasis active 4th century Saint

Thasis, Saint, active 4th century

Thasis, svatá, činná 4. století

Venerabla Taisia

Venerabla Taisia 4 в.

Преподобна Таиса

Таисия Египетская Фиваидская