Soteria - in ancient sources @ attalus.org
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- "Saviour Games"; the name of various Greek festivals
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Syll_424, a list of contestants at the Delphian Soteria.
Syll_408, an Athenian decree concerning the Soteria games.
Chios recognising the status of the festival of Soteria at Delphi.
Syll_509, a list of victors at the Delphian Soteria.
(213) on, theoros announcing the Soteria; by Theodotos,
(157/6) erseers] of the Soteria - Andromenes and Philokrate
(189/8) rodokos for the Pythian and Soteria games. He shal
ccasion they call the festival Soteria, the other on his
(after 125) race 10 at the ninth Soteria and Herakleia games, has of
(255/4 or 252/1) ited Delphi for the Soteria, participated well and
(c. 234) ans contributed towards the Soteria for the god and
(204/3) nastic contest of the Soteria games; and to grant
(204) at Delphi during the Soteria and at Athens in the
(206/5) astic contest at [the Soteria] and in the theatre
(214/3) the sacrifice at the Soteria they shall continu
(c. 213/2) os at the Pythian and Soteria games, and the other
(207/6) astic contest [at the Soteria] and [in the theatr
(end of 3rd cent.) nastic contest at the Soteria games], and at the Di
(194) ed each [year] at the Soteria, in the gymnastic con
(c. 178/7) for the Pythian [and Soteria] games; therefore
(c. 180) s for the Pythian and Soteria games; and to send
(183) award of the crown at the [Soteria games] . . .
(182) ounced at the Pythian and Soteria] games. → in
(c. 135) games of the Winter Soteria, requesting them to par
(106/5) [ Pythian ] and the Soteria games, in accordance with the
(97) contest at the Pythian and Soteria games in accordance with the
(297) d a festival called Soteria; and they shall celebra
(late 3rd cent.) e, have performed the Soteria to [Korē] Sot
(c. 170-150) the agonothete of the great Soteria and the Romaia shall make
time the sacrifice of the Soteria arrived, he was seen to
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