Dodona   - in ancient sources @ attalus.org


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  Dodona   - site of an oracle in Epirus, northern Greece
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219/34 hus, the new general of the Aetolian League, leads a raid on Dodona.
87/18 The Thracians invade Epirus and plunder the temple at Dodona.
    Within translations:
Athen_5.203   ts, in the sacred precincts of Dodona. And the expense of
Athen_12.526   following lines in his Dodona:- & Say, from what country
Just_12.2   so that of Jupiter at Dodona had admonished the other
Just_17.3   the temple of Jupiter at Dodona to consult the oracle, sei
Nepos_6.3   he made an attempt on Dodona. There too suffering repulse, he
Plin:HN_4.2   the temple of Zeus of Dodona, famous for its oracle, and
Plin:HN_4.6   Tomarus in the district of Dodona, Crania in Ambracia, Aracynthus in
Plut:Phoc_28   received an oracle from Dodona, which warned them to secu
SEG_57.510   (140-130)   Larissa and the judges in Dodona. On the fourteenth
Syll_1080   (c. 276-219) The Naïa at Dodone with the 'Archelaos' by Euripides
Syll_421   (272-260)   y at Olympia and Delphi and Dodona. Magistrates of
ValMax_8.15e.3   same honour as the Pythian Dodona's bronze cauldron, or the fountain


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