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Apis (āˈpĭs), in Egyptian religion, sacred bull of Memphis, said to be the incarnation of Osiris or of Ptah. His worship spread throughout the Mediterranean world and was particularly important during the time of the Roman Empire. See also Serapis.
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A genus of bees, the type genus of the Apidae.
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bull of Memphis, created in Osiris’ image. [Egypt. Myth.: Benét, 41]
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