The Serapis' officers and people did not all know the colors had been struck, and there was some fighting on the deck afterward.
Both vessels were on fire, when, at half-past ten, the Serapis struck.
It was added to the collection in the Serapion, or the temple of Serapis.
Rollo next directed the coachman to drive to the Temple of Serapis.
Captain Pearson says in his official report that the Serapis was on fire no less than ten or twelve times.
It was by this means that the Serapis had been so often set on fire.
The temple of Serapis was not ruined till the reign of Theodosius.
In harmony with the nature of Serapis, there were many reminders of death.
On one side were the heads of Gordian and Serapis on the other a coiled serpent.
Serapis will not be mocked; he will stand though all else perish.
god of the lower world, from Latin, from Greek Serapis, earlier Sarapis, from Egyptian User-hapi, literally "Osiris-Apis."