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Aya's home was a domicile located in Alexandria, Egypt, during the reign of Ptolemy XIII. It was a temporary dwelling of Aya of Alexandria, wife of Bayek of Siwa.

In 48 BCE, following her assassination of Actaeon, a member of the Order of the Ancients, Aya was tracked down to her home by another member of the Order, Ktesos. They fought, Aya left Ktesos dead, and fled into hiding to avoid reprisals from the Phylakes.[1]



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