We find none of the marks of inexperience and archaism which are so conspicuous in the statues of sepa and Nesa.
And here, at last, I found my uncle sepa, most glad to see me safe.
I thought of that patriot priest, my uncle sepa, waiting the long night through for the signal which never came.
Also my uncle sepa told me that on the morrow I should see this Cleopatra.
sepa holds a long staff in his left hand, and in his right the sceptre called pat, a sign of authority.
None have been slain, indeed, unless it is sepa, who has vanished.
It was sepa who gave it to me for the furtherance of our cause, and therefore it is fitting that thou shouldst spend it.
These statues betray an art much more advanced than that of sepa and Nesa.
My uncle sepa had, for a while, left the Temple of Annu, giving out that his health had failed him.