Dodona - in ancient sources @ attalus.org
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- site of an oracle in Epirus, northern Greece
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hus, the new general of the Aetolian League, leads a raid on Dodona.
The Thracians invade Epirus and plunder the temple at Dodona.
ts, in the sacred precincts of Dodona. And the expense of
following lines in his Dodona:- & Say, from what country
so that of Jupiter at Dodona had admonished the other
the temple of Jupiter at Dodona to consult the oracle, sei
he made an attempt on Dodona. There too suffering repulse, he
the temple of Zeus of Dodona, famous for its oracle, and
Tomarus in the district of Dodona, Crania in Ambracia, Aracynthus in
received an oracle from Dodona, which warned them to secu
(140-130) Larissa and the judges in Dodona. On the fourteenth
(c. 276-219) The Naïa at Dodone with the 'Archelaos' by Euripides
(272-260) y at Olympia and Delphi and Dodona. Magistrates of
same honour as the Pythian Dodona's bronze cauldron, or the fountain
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