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The [[Medjay]] [[Bayek]] of [[Siwa]] dealt with the bandits and took their valuables as vengeance for the grief the bandits had caused the farmers.<ref name="Seven Farmers"/>
 
The [[Medjay]] [[Bayek]] of [[Siwa]] dealt with the bandits and took their valuables as vengeance for the grief the bandits had caused the farmers.<ref name="Seven Farmers"/>
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*[https://books.google.fi/books?id=AQhvp9qtzNEC&pg=PA120&lpg=PA120&dq=egyptian+god+senehem&source=bl&ots=Osl-_qOiwM&sig=Al7zh4cNWwfV1JxjMj8qfS7OnYQ&hl=en&sa=X&ved=2ahUKEwiy477GuYPeAhWHk4sKHfZpCCAQ6AEwEnoECAUQAQ#v=onepage&q=egyptian%20god%20senehem&f=false Senehem] is said to be a minor god in the Egyptian pantheon, usually mentioned in connection with the Biblical {{Wiki|plagues of Egypt}}. He was a locust-headed god who protected harvests from pests.
   
 
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Senehem Depths was a cavern in the hills of Uab Nome, Egypt.

By 48 BCE, a local group of bandits had taken up residence there, and from there haunted the local farmers. They were especially interested in Rai, for she had a bow of particular interest to the bandits' leader.[1]

The Medjay Bayek of Siwa dealt with the bandits and took their valuables as vengeance for the grief the bandits had caused the farmers.[1]

Trivia

  • Senehem is said to be a minor god in the Egyptian pantheon, usually mentioned in connection with the Biblical plagues of Egypt. He was a locust-headed god who protected harvests from pests.

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