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Μένδης). A city of the Delta of Egypt, on the bank of one of the lesser arms of the Nile, named after it the Mendesian mouth (Μενδήσιον στόμα). Here was worshipped a deity of the Egyptians, called Mendes, and identified by Herodotus (ii. 42, 46) with the Arcadian Pan.

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