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TM Nam 4568

Herakleios
Stable URI (with TM Nam ID): www.trismegistos.org/name/4568
Standard variants

Greek: Ἡράκλειος

Coptic: ϩⲏⲣⲁⲕⲗⲉⲓⲟⲥ

Gender: Male

Linguistic origins: Greek

Compound: DN-ιος

Principal element(s): Herakles

Type: theophoric

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1341 attestations of 1009 individuals in documentary texts from Egypt (= Ref level)

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Chronological overview of attestations of the name Herakleios
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Ref ID Publication Attestation Appears as Provenance (text) Date
261122I. Memnonion 225, 2ἩράκλειοςpersonEgypt, U08 - Abydos, Memnonion [find place, place of writing & preservation]BC 332 - AD 284
261185I. Memnonion 279, 1ἩρακλήουpersonEgypt, U08 - Abydos, Memnonion [find place, place of writing & preservation]BC 332 - AD 284
261214I. Memnonion 330, 1ἩρακλήουfatherEgypt, U08 - Abydos, Memnonion [find place, place of writing & preservation]BC 332 - AD 284
178146I. Syr. 896, 1Ἡράκλη̣οςpersonEgypt, U04b - Memnoneia - Djeme (Thebes west), Valley of the Kings [find place, place of writing & preservation]BC 332 - AD 640
177982I. Syr. 794, 1ἩράκλειοςpersonEgypt, U04b - Memnoneia - Djeme (Thebes west), Valley of the Kings [find place, place of writing & preservation]BC 332 - AD 640