Amphiaraus - in ancient sources @ attalus.org
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of Argos - son of Oicles; worshipped by the Greeks as a hero
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ants of land made by Sulla to the sanctuary of Amphiaraus at Oropus.
ate exempting the sanctuary of Amphiaraus at Oropus from paying tax.
also mentions this bird in his Amphiaraus [fr. 29 K] thus:
eus of Miletus says that Amphiaraus, the son of Oicles,
tten that he is fair as far as Amphiaraus' Baths. But that
Your sire, her husband, brave Amphiaraus. And he replied
Amphiaraus, hearest thou this below?
(221-205) okrates was priest of Amphiaraos for the second t
divination from victims, Amphiaraus divination from fire,
led Alcmaeon, the son of Amphiaraus, and a Lacedaemonian
wrote these verses on Amphiaraus : - "His shield
pen and inviolate doors; Amphiaraus opened them and went
(287-281) imachos dedicated to Amphiaraos this statue of Had
(250-200) ced in the temple of Amphiaraos; concerning those
(73) officers of the temple of Amphiaraos and the publicans This was
(73) grant to the temple of Amphiaraos a tract of land of
agreement strove to honour Amphiaraus, by converting the place
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