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  Amphictyons   - the people who lived around Delphi, in Greece
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  + Amphictyon , Amphictyonic
277/2b Syll_405, a decree of the Amphictyons in honour of Neon of Argos.
277/6a privileges awarded by the Amphictyons to the Dionysiac Artists at
276/21 Syll_406 a decree of the Amphictyons in honour of four men from Argos
273/10 Syll_416, a decree of the Amphictyons in honour of Cephalion and Bo&i
272/1a Syll_417, a decree of the Amphictyons in honour of Satyrus, Teisander
272/29a Syll_417.A, a decree of the Amphictyons in honour of Socrates and Ale
270/18b Syll_419, a decree of the Amphictyons in honour of Eudoxus of Argos.
263/14a Syll_488, a decree of the Amphictyons in honour of Aristarchus of
260/10 l_494 & 498, decrees of the Amphictyons in honour of Agathocles, Dam
251/7a Syll_431, a decree of the Amphictyons in honour of Menalces of Athen
249/8b Syll_436, a decree of the Amphictyons in honour of Hereas of Lamia.
249/19a Syll_422, a decree of the Amphictyons in honour of Mentor of Naupactu
246/30c decrees of Delphi and the Amphictyons in honour of Callicles of
239/4a Syll_461, a decree of the Amphictyons in honour of Lycon.
228/8 Syll_499, an decree of the Amphictyons in honour of Antagoras.
228/8a Syll_499, an decree of the Amphictyons in honour of Antagoras.
206/25 Syll_545, a decree of the Amphictyons in honour of Leochides of Chio
205/23 Syll_539, a decree of the Amphictyons in honour of Eudamus of Athens
201/18a (OGIS_234), a decree of the Amphictyons recognising the inviolabilit
194/16a Syll_598, decrees of the Amphictyons and Aetolians in honour of Sosi
192/6a Syll_603, a decree of the Amphictyons in honour of Pixodarus of Myla
186/5 the Pythian games, and gives support to the Amphictyonic Council.
183/7 Syll_613A, a decree of the Amphictyonic Council in honour of Nicostra
182/11 Syll_630, a decree of the Amphictyonic Council honouring Eumenes and
178/1a Syll_636, a decree of the Amphtictyonic Council about sacred lands
171/12 inscription put up by the Amphictyonic Council listing Roman charg
160/8a tween Cytinium and Sparta, about voting in the Amphictyonic council.
130/13a the privileges awarded by the Amphictyons to the Dionysiac Artists.
118/7 The Amphictyonic Council honours the grammarian Apollodorus.
    Within translations:
Athen_06.268 have just quoted, in his Amphictyons, where he says- & I
Inscr_115 (230-225)   bes], has asked the Amphictyons [to take care to in
Inscr_37 (302)   ree which the Amphictyons had made in the previous
Inscr_94 (c. 266-260)   and [they urged] the Amphictyons [to share in] the
Philoch_56 ordance with the decree of the Amphictyons. Philippus had
Plut:Mor_199 ato, jeering him, If the Amphictyonic Council commanded
Plut:Mor_840 to have acted when the Amphictyons chose him one of thei
Polyaen_06.13.1 captured Cotiaeum. [13] The Amphictyons. The Amphictyon
PsCallisth_1.25 Sons of men of Pella and Amphictyon, Thessalians & and of
PsCallisth_2.4 Plato agreed, the Amphictyons voted for it and (?) Pericl
PsCallisth_2.5 and the counsel of the Amphictyons, wrote them the follo
RC_28 (c. 240)   [they say] that the Amphictyons have passed a de
SEG_48.588 (289)   the Greeks, and the Amphictyons [shall assemble (?)
Syll_399 (278/7)   as It is resolved the Amphictyons and the hieromnem
Syll_444 (c. 247-240)   eral council of the Amphictyons, has provided bla
Syll_447 (c. 242/1)   t [as hieromnemon to] the Amphictyons . . . →
Syll_479 (264/3 or 256/5)   the panoply that the Amphictyons dedicated, and has
Syll_483 (c. 264/3)   was resolved by the Amphictyons: since the hier
Syll_484 (c. 264/3)   the law of the Amphictyons, except if any of them
Syll_489 (c. 234)   eria for the god and the Amphictyons. The following
Syll_506 (c. 237/6)   to the decree of the Amphictyons, in a manner wo
Syll_522 (c. 222/1)   accusation of the Amphictyons nor on any other
Syll_523 (c. 220)   was resolved by the Amphictyons: no-one shall have
Syll_538 (204/3)   was resolved by the Amphictyons: since Philiskos of
Syll_553 (207/6)   olved by the Amphictyons: since [Polyarchi]des of
Syll_554 (c. 206/5)   mones in the council of the Amphictyons. This de
Syll_564 (203/2)   is resolved by the Amphictyons that the city and
Syll_598 (194)   olians] [B] [Decree of the Amphictyonic council]
Syll_603 (193)   goodwill towards the Amphictyonic council, co-oper
Syll_612 (189)   ucius, to the league of the Amphictyons, [greetings
Syll_613 (184/3)   the secretary of the Amphictyons was Mnasidamos of
Syll_630 (182)   hi], a decree of the Amphictyons: [since king Eumen
Syll_635 (182-179)   n in the court of the Amphictyons; and the templ
Syll_643 (171/0)   gs restored . . . that [the Amphictyons] themselves


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