Olympia - in ancient sources @ attalus.org
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- a town in Elis, Greece; the site of the Olympic games
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of Ptolemy and Arsinoē, dedicated by Callicrates at Olympia.
Syll_433, a statue of Areus, dedicated by Ptolemy at Olympia.
Syll_649, a statue of Philippus at Olympia.
Syll_650, the inscription from a statue of Cn.Octavius at Olympia.
Syll_686, the base of a statue of Polybius at Olympia.
ulla despoils the temples at Olympia, Epidaurus, and Delphi, and stea
The statue of Zeus at Olympia is struck by lightning.
alogue of the Victors at Olympia, that the Etruscans used
ewards as those & Who at Olympia bear the palm of victory
wine. And once at Olympia he took a four year old bull
altar near the temple of Olympia, outside the walls, from
of the famous games at Olympia; for watching the time
the Eleans celebrate the Olympian festivals, and the Rhodi
orinthian, when going to Olympia to the games, vowed that
uch athletes, victors at Olympia." &  They say again
aemonian courtesan named Olympia;  as Nicias the Nica
Dicaearchus in his History of Olympia. And Jason, in the
famous temple of Zeus at Olympia; from the last of these
in Ar.] The statue of Zeus at Olympia was struck by light
(c. 216) her shall be set up at Olympia; money for the expen
not less than that of Zeus at Olympia, which it was made
statue of Zeus, which is at Olympia. After completing
front of the altar of Zeus at Olympia. Book 4  & Athen
by an oracle from Delphi or Olympia. Lysander, affirmi
sacrifices to Delphi and Olympia, in the name of the Greek
the Oracle of Zeus in Olympia, which was to his satisfa
(333-323) of Asia, dedicated this to Olympian Zeus. → in
(246/5) e time as the theoroi [to Olympia] are appointed.
(272-260) ans, and by both jointly at Olympia and Delphi and
(early 3rd cent.) ages to Delphi and Olympia, the men of Seteia s
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