One was Emile Amélineau, who headed up excavations at Abydos at the turn of the century.
The second example of this construction comes from a famous work of the nineteenth dynasty, the temple of Seti I. at Abydos.
We called it Baliana, and we pronounced Abydos according to our education.
Hero dwelt at Sestos; Leander lived at Abydos; and both were "exceeding fair stars of the two cities."
The Athenians on their side put out to meet him, and engaged him off Abydos.
The tombs of Abydos have no subterranean story, properly speaking.
The way was long, but by the beginning of September Nehemiah arrived in Abydos.
Another army was collected for him in the Chersonesus opposite Abydos, in the following method.
Now from Abydos to the opposite shore is a distance of seven furlongs.
I saw the priest of Abydos night and day persecuting the maiden, who had taken refuge in a temple of Isis on the island of Philae.