At Tanis, he set up his own statue, exhibiting himself as seated upon his throne.
On the third day after his arrival he left Tennis and sailed from Tanis for Alexandria.
Having satisfied himself, however, that the thing was true, he said that he had fallen sick and could not travel back to Tanis.
Men and women thronged the road to Tanis to meet their approaching kindred.
He was sure that Pumphrey recognized him and saw Tanis kiss him as she crowed, "You're such a good driver!"
The first was from the conspirators in Tanis, the second from Siptah's mother.
If for a moment he had seen Tanis as withering and sentimental, he lost that impression at Carrie Nork's dance.
You may remember that at Tanis you said that you were affianced and there was that in your voice——.
He was relieved when he put Tanis on a trolley; he was cheerful in the familiar simplicities of his office.
So we went, and this was the last time that I looked upon Amenmeses at Tanis.
(Ezek. 30:14, marg.). See ZOAN.