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Hastings' Dictionary of the Bible [1]

Epiphi (2 Mac 6:38). See Time.

Cyclopedia of Biblical, Theological and Ecclesiastical Literature [2]

( Ε᾿Πιφί ,  3 Maccabees 6:38), the name of the eleventh month of the Egyptian Vague year, and the Alexandrian or Egyptian Julian year: Copt. Epep; Arab. Apib. Its beginning corresponds with the 25th of June in the Julian calendar (Ideler, Handb. D. Chronol. 1:98, 144). In ancient Egyptian it is called "the third month [of] the season of the waters." (See Egypt). The name Epiphi is derived from that of the goddess of the month, Apap-T (Lepsius, Chron. D. Eg. 1:141). The supposed derivation of the Hebrew month-name Abib from Epiphi is discussed in other articles. (See Month).

International Standard Bible Encyclopedia [3]

ep´i - fı̄ ( Ἐπιφί , Epiphı́ ): Name of a month mentioned in connection with Pachon in 3 Macc 6:38. See Time .