Serapis (· Serapis was depicted as Greek in appearance but with Egyptian trappings, and combined iconography from a great many cults, signifying both abundance. Serapis, Greco-Egyptian deity of the Sun first encountered at Memphis, where his cult was celebrated in association with that of the sacred Egyptian bull. Serapis. "In the city on the borders of Egypt which boasts Alexander of Macedon as its founder, Sarapis. Serapis is a Graeco-Egyptian god of the Ptolemaic Period ( BCE) of Egypt developed by the monarch Ptolemy I Soter (r. The cult of the Graeco-Egyptian god Serapis, created Alexandria document the equation of Osiris-Apis with Serapis More over, the cult temple of. Serapis definition is - an Egyptian god combining attributes of Osiris and Apis and having a widespread cult in Ptolemaic Egypt and ancient Greece. Also known as: Serapis: primary name: primary name: Serapis: other name: other name: Sarapis. Details: individual; deity; Egyptian; Greek; Kushan; Male. Serapis is a Greek-Egyptian god, worshipped in Egypt, but also in other parts of the Mediterranean and Roman. The god was in Alexandria closely related to the. NATIONAL MUSEUM OF KOREA,This is a statue of the Egyptian god Serapis which was unearthed from Khotan in Central Asia. It is presumed to have been made in. Serapis blended aspects of major Greek and Egyptian gods, making him acceptable to everyone. For Egyptians, he was the god Osiris under another name. Most.