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  Delphi   - a town in Phocis, Greece, site of a famous oracle of Apollo
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320/36 Crates the cynic philosopher denounces a statue of Phryne at Delphi.
307/17b Syll_325, a decree of Delphi, granting privileges to Nicodemus of Mes
290/9 Demetrius holds the Pythian games at Athens, instead of Delphi.
282/1 The Athenians put up a statue of Ptolemy at Delphi.
282/39a OGIS_66 & 67, decrees of Delphi and the League of Islanders, in hono
281/39 the Romans; Pyrrhus is encouraged to go by an oracle from Delphi.
279/39 The Gauls advance into Greece and reach Delphi.
279/40 army defeats the Gauls near Delphi in a snowstorm, allegedly with
278/4 ecording thanksgivings at Cos for the defeat of the Gauls at Delphi.
276/5a 396, privileges awarded by Delphi to Glaucon of Athens and Hierocle
276/9a IG_404, privileges awarded by Delphi to the citizens of Alexandria.
274/24 _377, privileges awarded by Delphi to Neanthes and Polycles of Cyzic
273/6 Syll_415, a decree of Delphi in honour of Eugeiton of Tanagra.
270/15a Syll_418.B-C, decrees of Delphi in honour of Socrates and Alexeinides
270/18a Syll_418.B-C, decrees of Delphi in honour of Socrates and Alexeinide
268/5a Syll_482, a decree of Delphi in honour of the hieromnemones.
265/4b Syll_438, a decree of Delphi in honour of Cotys, king of the Thracia
264/3a Syll_440, a decree of Delphi in honour of Timomachus of Aegina.
264/18c Syll_432, a decree of Delphi in honour of Nicodromus of Chalcis.
262/7 Burstein_84, a decree of Delphi in honour of Philetaerus and his fam
256/10a Syll_481, decrees of Delphi in honour of foreign residents.
253/6 Syll_424, a list of contestants at the Delphian Soteria.
251/7b Syll_430, a decree of Delphi in honour of Areus II, king of Sparta.
249/8c Syll_452, a decree of Delphi in honour of Nicander of Colophon,
248/1b Syll_423, a decree of Delphi in honour of Cyllon of Ellis.
246/30c Syll_444 & 445, decrees of Delphi and the Amphictyons in honour of
245/15 Chios recognising the status of the festival of Soteria at Delphi.
241/15a Syll_447, a decree of Delphi in honour of Amphicus of Chios, an epic
241/32 OGIS_228, a decree of Delphi in reply to a letter of Seleucus, which
239/4c an Aetolian decree concerning the rights of foreigners in Delphi.
232/4a Syll_453, a dedication at Delphi by Nereis, dauther of Pyrrhus II.
225/17 Syll_451, a decree of Delphi in honour of Eratoxenus of Athens, an
225/17a Syll_509, a list of victors at the Delphian Soteria.
220/19 gnesia consult the oracle at Delphi, and are instructed to institute
218/24a Inscr_78, a decree of Delphi, concerning lodgings for Theban envoys.
216/37 The Romans consult the oracle at Delphi.
212/5a Syll_548 & 549, decrees of Delphi granting privileges to the citizen
208/3a Syll_555 & 556, decrees of Delphi in honour of the Messenians and
207/23 Syll_553, a decree of Delphi in honour of Polyarchides of Chios.
204/19b Syll_534, decrees of Delphi in honour of two Aetolians, Pantaleon and
203/9 Syll_538, decrees of Delphi in honour of Philiscus of Cos and Philip
203/12 Syll_563-566, decrees of Delphi and the Aetolian League, recognising
201/18 Syll_553a, a decree of Delphi in honour of Philleas of Naupactus.
199/2 Burstein_69, a decree of Delphi in honour of Satyrus.
197/4 oracular response from Delphi predicts that Attalus' family will
192/28 Syll_604, a decree of Delphi in honour of the city of Chersonnesus.
190/12 Acilius gives offerings to the temple at Delphi.
189/8 ransmitted by the praetor Sp.Postumius, granting autonomy to Delphi.
189/13 Syll_585'77-103, a list of Delphic proxeni for the year when Callicra
188/9 Syll_585'104-125, a list of Delphic proxeni for the year when Xenon
188/10 smitted by the consul C.Livius, granting further benefits to Delphi.
182/9b Syll_625, a statue of Philopoemen at Delphi.
182/14b l_631, the dedication of money to provide a public feast at Delphi.
180/23 Syll_614 & 615, decrees of Delphi rewarding help in a dispute with
178/1a decree of the Amphtictyonic Council about sacred lands near Delphi.
178/1b Syll_637, a decree of Delphi honouring the citizens of Tetrapolis
174/9 Perseus visits Delphi with his army, and attempts to maintain friendl
172/1 hit by a rock fall near Delphi, allegedly as a result of a plot
168/12 Paullus arrives at Delphi.
167/14a OGIS_241, a decree of Delphi in honour of Dicaearchus of Laodiceia,
167/15 Syll_652a, the inscription from a statue of Paullus at Delphi.
165/6a Inscr_24.E, the manumission of an Aetolian slave woman at Delphi.
165/6b granted to Cassander of Alexandria Troas by Delphi and other cities.
165/6d OGIS_305, a decree of Delphi concerning games at Sardis in honour
165/16a Syll_659, a decree of Delphi in honour of Nicon, a tragedian.
160/8b Syll_660, a decree of Delphi in honour of two citharodes from Aegeir
160/19 IG_672, commemorating a gift from Attalus II to the city of Delphi.
159/3a Syll_671, a decree of Delphi establishing a festival in honour of
132/_ Olympic victor in the stadion race: Damon of Delphi
106/19 CIL_1.693, a dedication by Q.Minucius Rufus to Apollo at Delphi
100/19 Sherk1_55, copies from Delphi and Cnidus of a Roman decree which imp
94/8a OGIS_345, a decree of Delphi in honour of king Nicomedes and queen
86/13 Olympia, Epidaurus, and Delphi, and steals other treasures to
86/42 Syll_738, a decree of Delphi in honour of Polygnota, after the Pythia
84/19 The temple at Delphi is damaged by fire during a raid by Thracians
49/60 udius consults the oracle at Delphi about the outcome of the civil
Inscriptions,- INSCRIPTIONS, Delphi
Plutarch,- PLUTARCH, The E at Delphi
Plutarch,- PLUTARCH, Oracles at Delphi no longer given in verse


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