Didyma - in ancient sources @ attalus.org
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- a place on the coast of Ionia, with a famous temple of Apollo
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+ Didymaean , Didymeus
OGIS_213, an inscription at Didyma in honour of Antiochus son of Sele
of Seleucus to the city of Miletus, about a dedication at Didyma.
nscr_51, a list of the surviving treasures in the temple at Didyma.
belief; and Apollo of Didyma ** must be a sufficient
ritual of the Zeus of Didyma they offer libations with leaves
(c. 300/299) n about the temple at Didyma, he considers it r
called the oracle of the Branchidae, now that of Didymaean Apollo,
Apollo, surnamed Philesius, at Didyma, made of bronze compounded
sent to the sanctuary of Didymaean Apollo, as offer
(c. 246) tuary there of Apollo Didymeus and because of kin
(190-180) r [by Apollo of Didyma and] all the other gods and
(c. 210-200) tivals and games at Didyma in honour of Apollo of
(c. 180) urse to the oracle at Didyma concerning these matt
(215/4) Hestia and to Apollo Didymeus; therefore, so that t
(c. 183-150) Greek cities, with Apollo of Didyma as their guide in the
- in documents
(13) . . ., and from Didyma daughter of Apollonius, Pers
Papus, her mother being Didyma daughter of Hermas,
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