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Abana was an Egyptian farmer who lived in Sapi-Res Nome during the reign of Ptolemy XIII. A cousin of the smuggler Jeska, Abana owned a farm together with Ipi near Jeska's own village of Mefkat in the 1st century BCE.

In 48 BCE, when Sefetu's men razed Jeska's village, and slew almost everyone within, Jeska and the Medjay Bayek of Siwa with whom she'd been travelling, found only Pentu alive in the ruins. They brought Pentu to Abana and Ipi's farm, and saw that the man's injuries were tended to.[1]



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