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The Paneum was an ancient Greek monument located in AlexandriaEgypt dedicated to Pan, the Greek god of the wild. The area consisted of a monument with a fine view of the city and a small park.  


In 48 BCE, Aya instructed her husband, the Medjay Bayek of Siwa, to meet her at the top of the monument after he had assassinated both Gennadios and the Order of the Ancients member called the Snake.[1] Having done so, Bayek joined her there, and they shared a night of intimacy. The following day, Bayek expressed his concern to Aya that Eudoros was possibly not the last of his order. In response, Aya told Bayek to meet with Apollodorus, a follower of Cleopatra who might know more about the Order.[2]




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