The hareem carriage of a man of importance has not only its eunuch, but also its sais, or running footman; often two of them.
Since leaving the Fayoum he has been working on the site of sais.
The astrological prognoses made by the professional astrologist, Petosiris, for the king Nechepso of sais are well known.
The lady looking to the "sais" said, "sais, do you not see the hills?"
They threw a laugh to the numberless strangers who had come to sais, for that night.
He has followed my advice now and gone with his wife to sais.
To Necho he handed over or continued the important districts of Memphis and sais.
There he threw himself into a boat and ordered the rowers to take him to sais.
The great goddess Neith, who rules in sais, grant this, my son!
From Memphis he went to sais, where was the burying-place of the kings of Egypt.