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Sarapis

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Helleno-Egyptian. A synchretic Deity introduced into Egypt from Macedonia as an aspect of Osiris and a symbol of rebirth, Sarapis became widely revered during Roman Imperial times as a solar God with healing Attributes, combining elements of Jupiter, Helios, and Aesculapius.

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Aelius Aristides was a priest of Asclepius who also revered Sarapis, Athena, Zeus and Poseidon.

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