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  Apollo   - Greek god, son of Zeus and Leto
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280/21 ilocles, Iomilcus, and Xenophantus at the temple of Apollo on Delos.
254/16 made by Stratonice and Echenice at the temple of Apollo on Delos.
194/6 mathematical problem concerning the size of Apollo's altar at Delos.
185/2a Attalus concerning tax-exemption for the temple of Apollo Tarsenos.
179/17 accounts of the temple of Apollo on Delos, for the year when Demar
145/20 gives a magnificent banquet on becoming priest of Apollo at Cyrene.
130/21 ns, including four days of weeping by the statue of Apollo at Cumae.
129/10 including the doubling of the sun and a weeping statue of Apollo.
128/2b Limenius_, the words and music of Limenius' paean to Apollo.
128/1a enian decree renewing the festival of Thargelia in honour of Apollo.
127/2d Limenius_, the words and music of Limenius' paean to Apollo.
106/19 CIL_1.693, a dedication by Q.Minucius Rufus to Apollo at Delphi
74/37 Syll_746, a dedication to Apollo on the island of Delos.
30/3 Octavianus constructs monuments to Apollo and Neptune at Actium.
    Within translations:
[Tib]:PanMes_1   offering. Even to Phoebus did the Cretan bring gifts most
[Tib]:PanMes_45   dawn brightly, whether Phoebus ran above or underneath
[Tib]:PanMes_135   lands, the neighbour of Phoebus, and where the Hebrus and
[Tib]:PanMes_147   underneath the heat of Phoebus, whether he moves nearer
[Tib]:PanMes_177   vertise such glory, no, not if Phoebus himself dictate my
Aelian:Fr_41   ying?] to all. But Apollo orders him to render to Nicanor
Aelian:Fr_47   & A'2417 , & E'3852 & Apollo says to the Locrians, "the
Aelian:Fr_59   ruddle and beat the statue [of Apollo], calling him an Ale
Aelian:NA_1.47   a servant he was sent out by Apollo to draw water. He
Aelian:NA_1.48   bird and attends upon Apollo: that is why men agree tha
Aelian:NA_2.32   se-writers as servant to Apollo, but in what other relatio
Aelian:NA_7.9   The ministers of Apollo ** in Egypt say that there are
Aelian:NA_7.18   a temple in honour of Apollo to whom, they say, the bir
Aelian:NA_10.14   the child of Zeus and Leto {Apollo} when he says [Il.
Aelian:NA_10.26   is said also that Apollo takes pleasure in the wolf, and
Aelian:NA_10.49   groves of Clarus, for Apollo veiled its deep grotto wit
Aelian:NA_11.1   honours there paid to Apollo are sung of by poets and
Aelian:NA_11.2   any other sacrifice to Apollo, on one day in the year
Aelian:NA_11.7   refuge in the temple of Apollo there (the precinct is of
Aelian:NA_11.8   ory on which a temple of Apollo has been built, and worshi
Aelian:NA_12.1   and there is a shrine of Apollo there, and the priest of
Aelian:NA_12.4   terus ** are servants of Apollo; the lämmergeier and the
Aelian:NA_12.5   the name of Sminthian to Apollo whom they worship, for the
Aelian:NA_13.21   claims our belief; and Apollo of Didyma ** must be a suf
Aelian:NA_14.13   swans, the servants of Apollo and, as the common report
Aelian:NA_15.23   a ferryman. And Apollo fell in love with a, maiden and
Alcaeus_7.412   her loosened hair, and Phoebus himself took off the laur
Alcaeus_16.8   use you, a mortal, encountered Phoebus in a strife fit onl
AnthPal_3.6   The Pytho slain by Apollo and Artemis, because it appeared
AnthPal_3.14   ityus shot down by Apollo and Artemis for daring to assaul
AnthPal_6.112   antlers hang in your portico, Apollo. They were shot from
AnthPal_6.137   CREON & { F 8 } & Apollo of the silver bow, grant willing
AnthPal_6.152   & { H 1 } & Meidon, O Phoebus, dedicated to you his sta
AnthPal_6.230   & { Ph 1 } & To you, Phoebus of the cape, who rule thi
AnthPal_6.278   sclepiades, dedicates to Phoebus the fair this fair lock,
AnthPal_6.279   autiful hair, he gave to Phoebus the glory of his boyhood
AnthPal_7.10   Muses of Pieria, with Apollo, the master of the lute,
AnthPal_7.154   I should be the monument of Apollo's bride and tell her
AnthPal_7.239   port that Alexander is dead if Phoebus be true. Not even
AnthPal_9.100   sed in that you received Phoebus, and that Artemis, after
AnthPal_9.387   servant of Heliconian Apollo, chosen among the first
AnthPal_9.410   ven from death, gnawed through Phoebus' melodious lyre-str
AnthPal_9.751   Hyacinthus, & and on it are Apollo and Daphne. Of which
AnthPal_11.324   MEDON & { Ph 6 } & A. Accept, Phoebus, the supper I bring
AnthPal_12.55   chedemus, a second Attic Phoebus whom soft-haired Love lit
AnthPal_12.25-27 *   return safe and sound to me, Apollo, promising a sacrifi
AnthPal_16.214   helmet, the quiver of Phoebus well stocked with arrows,
Antiphil_9.263   at her feet, as being Apollo's prophet, and try it in
Antiphil_9.551   ill-omened heron. Phoebus will tell for what reason it
Antiphil_10.17   we singers are dear to Phoebus, I will sail trusting in
AntipSid_6.118   ntricate nets are dedicated to Phoebus by Sosis, Phila and
AntipSid_16.178   For fair-haired Phoebus: golden rhytons, fit for nectar
AntipThes_6.10   horned altar at the bidding of Apollo (?). & * & The last
AntipThes_6.198   cheeks, dedicated it to Phoebus, a first gift, and therew
AntipThes_7.530   boys and girls, the spoils of Phoebus and Artemis. [7.531
AntipThes_7.743   girl. For far from Apollo having shot down my sons and Art
AntipThes_9.238   & { G-P 83 } & Apollo is a big boy here in this bronze
AntipThes_9.241   You were a neat-herd, Phoebus, and Poseidon was a nag,
AntipThes_9.266   & { G-P 108 } & Phoebus spoke thus of the sweet musicia
AntipThes_9.282   Daphne, pursued by Apollo and changed into a laurel to sav
AntipThes_9.517   you charm Orpheus. Phoebus vanquished the Phrygian {Marsya
AntipThes_10.25   & { G-P 40 } & Phoebus, guardian of the Cephallenians'
AntipThes_16.75   of Kings, like to Zeus, Apollo, and Ares, lovely offsprin
AntipThes_16.131   ven children, victims of Phoebus and Artemis : for the Mai
AntipThes_16.296   the wise prophecies of Phoebus, great Heaven is your cou
Apollonid_7.631   7 } & If you come to Apollo's harbour at Miletus, give
Apul:Flor_3   striven for mastery with Apollo. 'Twas hideousness contending with
Apul:Flor_25   thus vainly to contend with Apollo's bird! For his body is
Archias_7.696   red on fatal strife with Phoebus ; and no longer, as of
Archias_9.19   ho, the oracular seat of Phoebus, once crowned in the game
Aristonous_1   on the mountain flanking Delphi Apollo - O hail Paean -
Athen_2.38   onsidered appropriate to Apollo, because of the truth of
Athen_3.98   think that even the Pythian Apollo himself could hardly
Athen_3.99   this means & I say that even Apollo’s self can’t tell.
Athen_5.209   igonus consecrated it to Apollo; but it was not one-third,
Athen_6.233-235 *   consecrated at Delphi to Apollo; and that when Lysander
Athen_7.289   on, who had been cured by him, Apollo. And another of thos
Athen_8.333   shore a grove sacred to Apollo, and where there is an edd
Athen_8.348   nine Muses, and one of Apollo, and had also two pupils,
Athen_10.420   so superb a supper; & Phoebus Apollo! what a feast it was
Athen_11.464   " left-to-right manner " ? Apollo save us! As though for
Athen_12.549   es, how he was priest of Apollo at Cyrene, and how he gave
Athen_12.553   & (B) & Phoebus Apollo! & (A) & Then in goose's milk
Athen_13.570   & Playing the tunes of Apollo, or of Zeus; & But these
Athen_13.599   ath, heat Socrates, whom Apollo had declared to be supreme
Athen_13.602   On which account Apollo, being pleased at this conduct,
Athen_13.604   oke of the golden-haired Apollo; for if a painter were to
Athen_14.614   statue of the mother of Apollo; but when he saw only a
Athen_14.619   sung in honour of Apollo is called philhelias, as we lear
Athen_14.627   and celestial song : & Apollo tuned the lyre, - the Muse
Athen_14.628   ine and drunkenness, but Apollo with tranquillity and good
Athen_14.632   this account they judged Apollo to have been the most musi
Athen_14.636   them a little statue of Apollo which they had, which held
Athen_15.672   to these occurrences; and that Apollo told them that they must
Athen_15.680     Phoebus doth teach that song to
Athen_15.694     Apollo with the golden hair,
Athen_15.701   Leto, when she was taking Apollo and Artemis from Chalcis in
Bianor_9.272   crow, the minister of Phoebus, parched with thirst, saw
Callim:Hec_T2   sacrificed it to the Delphinian Apollo. Now the story of Hecale
Callim:Hec_260   pitch, the reward that Phoebus will one day give him for
Callim:Hec_261   lliant gymnasium of the Lycean Apollo. Spoken by the crow,
ChronPasc_469   tendant at the temple of Apollo, had assisted Hyrcanus the
Cic:Acad_1.16   have been the reason why Apollo declared him to be the
Cic:Acad_2.89     Apollo of the flowing locks 
Cic:Brut_78   ublic shows in honour of Apollo, died the poet Ennius, in
Cic:DeOr_1.199   himself, that which the Pythian Apollo says in Ennius, that he
Cic:Phil_2.31   Why were the games of Apollo celebrated with incredible
Cic:Rep_2.44   of his booty - to Apollo at Delphi 
Cic:Tusc_1.17   idea that, like the Pythian Apollo, what I say must needs
Cic:Tusc_1.52   meaning of the precept of Apollo, which advises everyone to know
Cic:Tusc_1.73   are considered sacred to Apollo, not without reason, but
Cic:Tusc_1.114   having built a temple to Apollo at Delphi, offered supplications to
Cic:Tusc_3.26   think of that son of Phoebus? do you not look upon
Cic:Tusc_4.73   Thy aid, divine Apollo, I implore,
CIL_1.37   Condetius son of Valesus, gave Apollo's twentieth. C
CIL_1.59   survives after coraseron. To Apollo . . . Metilius
CIL_1.1928   Nasia, daughter of Gnaeus, to Apollo. CIL_1 .1482 L
CIL_1.2504   Foremen of Mercury, of Apollo, and of Neptune superi
CIL_1.384   this as a gift deservedly on Apollo. CIL_1 .386 L
CIL_1.399   us, bestowed this as a gift on Apollo. CIL_1 .18 Latin
CIL_add.7   (early 1st cent.)   udi Apollinares {Games of Apollo}. Business in As
Crinag_16.273   Praxagoras The son of Phoebus & himself, anointing his
DioCass_fr.50   the Capitol near the temple of Apollo. &   The Gauls bec
Diod_34.2   been at that time inspired by Apollo. For he put fire
Diod_38.7   that is, the temple of Apollo at Delphi, the temple of
DionHal:Din_11   Delian speech: "Of Apollo and Rhoeō, the daughter of
DioscEpigr_9.340   better player, his strife with Phoebus flayed him. & *
ElegMaec_1.17   to hurt. [1.17] Apollo with learned Minerva had conferr
ElegMaec_1.51   The very god of Actium {Apollo} smote the lyre with ivory
Ennius:Ann_60   Jovis Neptunus Vulcanus Apollo [62] & Speech of Juno ;
Ennius:Ann_123   tine in front of the temple of Apollo. . . . Ennius has
Ennius:Ann_174   receives an oracle of Apollo : CICERO : Why should I
Hieron:Chron_1949   near Antioch was dedicated to Apollo by Pompeius. 178.2
Isyll_A   Socrates, dedicated this to Apollo Maleatas and to Ascl
Isyll_C   ead a procession to lord Phoebus and to his son Asclepius,
Isyll_D   first built the altar of Apollo Maleatas and made the prec
Isyll_E   composed in honour of Apollo and Asclepius, whether it
Isyll_F   of our forefathers, O Phoebus Apollo. 40 Zeus the Father
Isyll_G   guard the precepts of Apollo which Lycurgus ordained
Joseph:AJ_13.364   five hundred, fled to Apollo's temple, (for this attack
Joseph:BJ_1.424   also. And when the Pythian temple {at Rhodes} had been bur
Julian:Caes_309   "Cease trifling", said Apollo, "after I have handed him
Julian:Caes_310   Silenus turned to Apollo and said "You see he models hims
Julian:Caes_314   ieve that your brother [ Apollo ] tells the truth? So you
Julian:Caes_318   should vote. But Apollo did not approve of this plan,
Julian:Caes_335   acles, and Octavianus to Apollo, but Marcus attached himse
Julian:Mis_344   such matters than the Pythian god, and you make harangu
Julian:Mis_351   ing up near the altar of Apollo on Delos.' [352] And consi
Just_2.12   plunder the temple of Apollo, as if he had been at war
Just_3.3   xed, he represented that Apollo of Delphi was the author
Just_3.4   Tarentum; 14 for that Apollo at Delphi had signified
Just_8.1   omelus, on the temple of Apollo at Delphi, as if they were
Just_9.7   king had been killed, to Apollo, under the name of Myrtale
Just_13.7   auty, was carried off by Apollo from Pelion, a mountain
Just_15.4   ceived from a union with Apollo, and, after becoming preg
Just_17.3   hi, at the very altar of Apollo, by the treachery of Orest
Just_24.1   Greece had been dedicated to Apollo. For their general
Just_24.6   mortals." The temple of Apollo at Delphi is situated on
Just_43.5   ent to carry presents to Apollo, heard that the city of
Lucill_11.177   } & Eutychides stole Phoebus the detector of thieves,
Macedonicus_   combined with a paean to Apollo in an Athenian inscription
Malal_204   trees near the temple of Apollo in the city which was prev
MArgent_6.333   hall stand by the tripod, like Apollo, and prophesy to men
Meleager_12.128   you, lyre, spokesman of Phoebus, sing no longer of Hyacin
Meleager_16.134   by the woe-working arrows of Phoebus. Your boys are no
Mnasalcas_6.9   from Promachus to you, Phoebus, his crooked bow and quiv
Mnasalcas_6.264   a holy gift to golden-haired Apollo. My edge is old and
Naev:Pun_25   and then his son Pythian Apollo, the renowned archer might
Nepos_2.2   convinced the people that Apollo's advice was that they
Nepos_4.1   he gave that gift to Apollo. Those verses the Lacedaemonians erased
Nepos_4.5   of an oracle of Delphic Apollo, he was exhumed and interred
Nicand:Al_10   nd, settling by the tripods of Apollo in Clarus. You must,
Nicand:Al_200   the Delphian locks of Phoebus) ; or else pound some pep
Nicand:Al_300   moan on the spot where Phoebus stripped the skin from
Nicand:Th_610   prophet among mortals, which Apollo of Corope endued with
Nicand:Th_900   the mournful over whom Phoebus wept, since without willing it,
Obseq_5   at Reate. The shrine of Apollo at Caieta was struck by
Obseq_28   against Aristonicus. The statue of Apollo cried for four days. The
Obseq_46   ought to be offered to Apollo and with respect to the
Obseq_47   day. At the temple of Apollo, when the decemviri were making
Obseq_52   caught in the temple of Apollo at Rome. When the consul
Obseq_54   the citadel the statue of Apollo perspired. In the Circus the
Obseq_69   heard from the oracle of Apollo: Madness to wolves in winter,
OGIS_8   (c. 306)   ving sworn an oath to Apollo Lykeios, shall togethe
OGIS_43   (c. 280)   nctuary of [Delian] Apollo; [and money for the insc
OGIS_46   (c. 279-221)   ople is dedicating to Apollo and king Ptolemaios, m
OGIS_53   (c. 246)   icated to Apollo Hylates, Artemis Phosphoro
OGIS_104   (167-145)   on, was dedicated to Apollo, Artemis and Leto by Ar
OGIS_144   (c. 131/0) my gratitude towards her, to Apollo, Artemis and Leto.  
OGIS_182.A   (78) and all its appurtenances to Apollo and Zeus and the gods
OGIS_212   (c. 300-280)   ice] is performed [to Apollo], the founder of his [
OGIS_247   (187-175)   irs, was dedicated to Apollo by the warehousemen
OGIS_250   (166-163)   dedicated to Delian Apollo by Alexandros the so
OGIS_256   (129-117)   ain, was dedicated to Apollo, Artemis and Leto by S
OGIS_345   (95/4)   temple of [Pythian] Apollo." The city shall
OGIS_449.450   dicated thank-offering to Apollo Chrēstērios after bei
OGIS_746   (197)   his city to Leto and Apollo and Artemis, on account
OGIS_773   (c. 286)   he temple of Pythian Apollo; Chartades and the othe
Oros_5.15   away from the Temple of Apollo one hundred thousand pounds of
Oros_6.15   if, as they themselves admit, Apollo himself leads one astray by
Ovid:Cons_445   temples are wreathed in Apollo's laurel, and I have felt
Paean:Delph_1   with songs your brother Phoebus with the golden hair -
Paean:Delph_2   honour of Pythian Phoebus, golden-haired, skilled archer
Paean:Eryth_   ucus, son of dark-haired Apollo, whom the god of the golde
Philip_6.251   51] & { G-P 7 } & Phoebus, who dwells on the sheer height
Philip_9.307   Daphne, who once refused Phoebus, now lifts up her dark-le
Philip_9.553   is, a divine city. Phoebus receives this reward for the
Philip_16.215   bear the bow of Phoebus, the thunderbolt of Zeus, the
Philoch_27   daughter of Dius the son of Apollo. [28] & SUDA, "from
Philodamus_60   renowned" with their voices; and Apollo led their song.  Hail Paean,
Philodamus_120   unpollutable temple for the lord Phoebus - O io Bacchus, O
Phylarch_16   Cyrene was brought there by Apollo. Because a lion was
Plin:HN_4.5   with the famous temple of Apollo, and the free city of
Plin:HN_4.7   seat of the oracle of Apollo, the most famous in the
Plin:HN_4.66   celebrated for its temple of Apollo and for its commerce. According
Plin:HN_4.91   to Delos as offerings to Apollo, whom they specially worship. These
Plin:HN_4.92   Lucullus brought the statue of Apollo on the Capitolium. We have
Plin:HN_5.106   a contest in flute-playing with Apollo: it is the name given
Plin:HN_5.112   Branchidae, now that of Didymaean Apollo, 4 miles from the coast;
Plin:HN_6.49   he set up altars to Apollo Didymaeus.
Plin:HN_7.19   at the yearly sacrifice to Apollo performed on Mount Soracte walk
Plin:HN_7.109   the glory of his exploits. Apollo at Delphi exposed the murderers
Plin:HN_7.118   Greece Socrates, whom Pythian Apollo's oracle placed before all
Plin:HN_7.120   than the great Socrates, whom Apollo judged to be the wisest
Plin:HN_7.183   of the ivory statue of Apollo in the Forum of Augustus
Plin:HN_7.196   Arabus son of Babylon and Apollo; and the science of herbs
Plin:HN_34.14   dedicated as gifts to Apollo of Delphi; also lamp-holders
Plin:HN_34.26   of our Samnite {343 Pythian Apollo had commanded the erection in
Plin:HN_34.39   as towers. Such is the Apollo on the Capitol, brought over
Plin:HN_34.43   events we see the Etruscan Apollo in the library of the
Plin:HN_34.58   [58] He also made an Apollo which was taken from the
Plin:HN_34.59   their own leg, and also Apollo shooting the Python with his
Plin:HN_34.68   the Pentathlete, and his Apollo. Others however are of
Plin:HN_34.70   also made a youthful Apollo which the Greeks call
Plin:HN_34.73-79 *   a Man Praying, Baton an Apollo and a Hera, both now
Plin:HN_35.71   sprung from the lineage of Apollo and that his picture of
Plin:HN_35.99   Boy in the Temple of Apollo, [100] a picture of which
Plin:HN_35.109   [109] He also painted an Apollo and Artemis, and the Mother
Plin:HN_35.138   who decorated the Temple of Apollo at Delphi, Antiphilus who is
Plin:HN_36.10   incidentally, were those of Apollo, Diana, Hercules and Minerva,
Plin:HN_36.13   pediment of the temple of Apollo on the Palatine and on
Plin:HN_36.98   of Jupiter with a marble Apollo crowning him. Consequently very fine
Plin:HN_36.23-25 *   Pollio, as well as an Apollo and a Neptune. [24] The
Plin:HN_36.34-36 *   by the Portico of an Apollo by Philiscus of Rhodes standing
Plin:HN_37.5   seen the Nine Muses with Apollo holding his lyre. This was
Plin:HN_37.11   one in the temple of Apollo on the Palatine.
Plin:HN_37.14   of Minerva, Mars and Apollo respectively; thirty-three pearl crowns;
Plut:Agis_9   rom the solicitations of Apollo, was turned into a laurel
Plut:Arat_7   rds, he gave propitious Apollo for the word, and then led
Plut:Arat_40   sembled in the temple of Apollo and sent for Aratus, being
Plut:Arat_53   uire of the priestess of Apollo at Delphi, and she returne
Plut:Demetr_40   not pay their homage to Apollo in a more proper place tha
Plut:Mor_191   Ephors bade him consult Apollo in the same case; and to
Plut:Mor_205   dren he hath got, Though Apollo favoured not." & When
Plut:Mor_843   to cover the altar of Apollo in the market with gold,
Polyaen_7.12.1   up a hill, and implored Apollo in this moment of distress
Polyaen_8.4.1   Zeus, and the other from Apollo, which the former prevaile
Polyaen_8.38.1   Melanippus, priest of Apollo, and married Aretaphila
POxy_1380   tablished your son Horus Apollo 210& everywhere the youthf
PsCallisth_1.45-47 *   entered the shrine of Apollo and demanded that the prie
RC_5   sanctuary of Didymaean Apollo, as offerings to the S
RC_22   (c. 246)   sanctuary there of Apollo Didymeus and because of
RC_39   (203)   etings. The sanctuary of Apollo [and of] Artemis in
RC_69   (138-133)   akome asked . . . built for Apollo . . . for the se
SEG_21.469   (129/8)   ter; and since Pythian Apollo exists as Patroös amo
SEG_28.1224   (282)   up in the temples of Apollo and Artemis and Leto in
SEG_33.1034.B   (c. 280-250) diminish these provisions may Apollo, Zeus, Artemis, and Athena
SEG_35.665   (c. 160)   s and] the temple of Apollo Kerdoios at Larisa, ins
SEG_36.330   (330-300) in the shrine of { Apollo } Lykeios, and at Nemea,
SEG_36.548   (250-200)   s [in the presence of Apollo] Hekatombaios: the pr
SEG_36.1048   (165-158)   le of the temple of [Apollo] Termintheus; and the t
SEG_38.1476   (206/5)   birth to Artemis and Apollo in our territory, and
SEG_38.603   (202-197)   s, Poseidon, Demeter, Apollo, Ares, Athena Areia,
SEG_39.1243.v   (c. 130-110) pillar in the temple of Apollo Klarios, next to the altar
SEG_39.1244.ii   (c. 120-110) pronaos dedicated to Apollo Kathēgemōn {'Leader'} of
SEG_39.1244.iii   (c. 120-110) up in the temple of Apollo Klarios in the place indicated
SEG_39.702   (275-250)   spitality with the priest of Apollo.   Agathin
SEG_42.661   (c. 300-280)   ra by the altar of Apollo, and at Seuthopolis in
SEG_43.212   (c. 200)   ria or into the city, Apollo replied: "Receive
SEG_43.451   (180-168) is the priest of Apollo Dekadryos, proposed:   since
SEG_44.1218   (150-110) en Ptolemaios was priest of Apollo, and Daidalos was of  Rom
SEG_48.1037.A   (c. 180-166) the [? sacred buildings] of Apollo nor carry into the banquet
SEG_48.1330   (c. 128-100)   placed the offspring of Phoebus . . . . the new
SEG_48.1404   (c. 250)   ill be consecrated to Apollo; that anyone who wishe
SEG_48.588   (289)   . The temple of Apollo in Delphi shall continue] to
SEG_49.1217   (c. 220)   l set it up in the shrine of Apollo Pythios. Attalu
SEG_51.1050   (mid 3rd century)   ins on the temple of Apollo may be carried out quic
SEG_51.1056   (242)   ctuary] of Pythian Apollo; ten staters [are to be
SEG_52.724   (c. 200)   set it up in the temple of Apollo. The treasurer sh
SEG_54.1569   (late 2nd cent.)   the of the Archer [Apollo] and the Muses, mixed
SEG_54.744   (c. 225-200) by the the priest of Apollo.
SEG_56.636   (c. 170/69)   e it in the temple of Apollo Kerdeios; and whatever
SEG_56.638   (160-150)   ement in the temple of Apollo Kerdoios, and payment
SEG_57.510   (140-130)   aced in the temple of Apollo Kerdoios, and they sha
SEG_59.1100     of Apollo : Apellas Kra., son of
SEG_59.1406A   (281)   xt to the precinct of Apollo and surround it with a
SEG_59.1406B   (c. 280)   in the sanctuary of Apollo Kerdoios; there shall al
SEG_60.1569   (c. 160-150) Lycians, and Alkimos was of Apollo, on the 21st day of
SEG_60.586   (221)   dedicated this to Pythian Apollo. [B]   King A
SEG_61.722.C   (111/0) Knossos in the temple of Apollo Delphidios and at Rhodes 50
SEG_61.722.D   (111/0) and Athena Polias and Pythian Apollo and Leto and Artemis and
SEG_62.598   (c. 246-200) decree in the shrine of Apollo Pythios; and the proposer shall
SEG_63.949   (c. 190) Klaros and the games for Apollo Klarios every four years; and
SEG_63.957   (c. 200-190) placed in the temple of Apollo Klarios; and the presidents who
SelPap_1.84   seal being an imprint of an Apollo, and I sealed
SelPap_2.332   urelius Salaminus son of Apollo and Aurelius Eulogius
SelPap_2.405   argatis, Core, Dionysus, Apollo, Neotera, and the asso
SelPap_3.114   a song of beauty from Phoebus, god of the golden
Simonid_6.197   dicated this monument to Phoebus, & when I destroyed the
Simonid_7.270   st-fruits from Sparta to Phoebus, one sea, one night, one
Syll_1044   (280-240)   oracular enquiry to Apollo, asking what would be be
Syll_1157.A   (late 2nd cent.) not least of all to Apollo Koropaios, 10 and since it
Syll_1157.B   (late 2nd cent.) ees in the sanctuary of Apollo Koropaios have been destroyed,
Syll_1168.A   (late 4th cent.) God. Good Luck. Healings of Apollo and Asklepios.
Syll_322   of Ktesias &[ 333/2 ] Apollo son of Zeus Histiaios
Syll_348   (302)   placed in the temple of Apollo Daphnephoros. &r
Syll_361   (301)   ns dedicated this statue to Apollo. [B] { On the
Syll_400   (273/2)   ore the assemblies to Apollo Prostaterios and the o
Syll_402   (246/5)   eks and the temple of Apollo, the common sanctuar
Syll_408   (250/49)   ioour} and Pythian Apollo, as a memorial of the
Syll_412   (c.260)   phi in the temple of Apollo; that the envoys Pytha
Syll_416   (273)   belonging to Pythian Apollo, and Kephalion and Bo&
Syll_419   (270)   red sign of Pythian Apollo"; and the Delphians
Syll_421   (272-260)   judgement in the temple of Apollo at Thermon. &r
Syll_449   (c. 334/3)   posed this hymn to Pythian Apollo. "O you who
Syll_473   (239/8)   the Athenian people [to Apollo] Prostaterios and
Syll_483   (c. 264/3)   temple of Pythian Apollo; and the hieromnemones
Syll_487   (c. 234/3)   ore the assemblies to Apollo Prostaterios and Art
Syll_493   (230-220)   and in the temple of Apollo at Delos, requesting a
Syll_494   (260/59)   d staters, sacred [to Apollo], and he shall be li
Syll_506   (c. 237/6)   phi in the temple of Apollo, and the other two [at
Syll_512   (270-230)   r and her brothers . . . to Apollo. . . . [and] Ant
Syll_513   (c. 225)   dedicates this [to Pythian Apollo]. [B] [Aristai
Syll_515   (235-200)   Kydrion, dedicates this to Apollo. [B] Charixeno
Syll_518   (222)   s, dedicated this [to Apollo], from the spoils of
Syll_523   (c. 220)   been dedicated to Apollo] by king Attalos, [except
Syll_524   (early 3rd cent.)   idon, Athena, Pythian Apollo, and the other gods
Syll_538   (204/3)   temple of Pythian Apollo; and to give a copy of
Syll_539   (204)   s decree in the temple of Apollo]. [B] The Delph
Syll_541   (240-210)   bed] in the temple of Apollo; [and to honour] the s
Syll_550   (c. 213-203)   temple of Pythian Apollo at Chalkedon shall be
Syll_557   (after 208/7)   o Delphi} and the god {Apollo} proclaimed in respon
Syll_558   (c. 207/6)   e, being dedicated by Apollo of Delphi; and to ac
Syll_559   (c. 207/6)   oracular response of Apollo of Delphi, that it
Syll_560   (c. 207/6)   ed and inviolable, as Apollo of [Delphi] proclaimed
Syll_569   (c. 204/1)   t position in the temple of Apollo at Halasarna. &r
Syll_579   (end of 3rd cent.)   [in the temple of Apollo at Delphi, and the ot
Syll_588   (190-180)   ns. I swear [by Apollo of Didyma and] all the other
Syll_589   (190-180)   hryene and to Pythian Apollo: [to Zeus] a ram (as b
Syll_590   (c. 210-200)   Didyma in honour of Apollo of Didyma, and the city
Syll_597   (c. 205-200)   t at the Pythian games, [to Apollo]. [Menekrates]
Syll_603   (193)   cribed in] the temple of Apollo at Delphi. →
Syll_604   (192)   e it in the temple of Apollo; and the treasurers, C
Syll_607   (191/0)   sul of the Romans, to Apollo, on account of his vi
Syll_609   (190)   placed in the [temple of Apollo] . . . [the use
Syll_612   (189)   temple] of [Pythian] Apollo [shall be inviolable; a
Syll_613   (184/3)   e in the temple of Pythian Apollo. The assembled hi
Syll_621   (186-172)   son of Petalos, to Apollo on account of his vi
Syll_630   (182)   el wreath of Pythian Apollo, with which it is custo
Syll_631   (182)   lic feast to Pythian Apollo every year, which they
Syll_633   (c. 180)   ce with the advice of Apollo, the prophet [20] a
Syll_635   (182-179)   ns; and the temple of Apollo Ptoïos at Akrai
Syll_637   (178)   ibed in the temple of Apollo, shall remain in force
Syll_643   (171/0)   he temple [of Pythian Apollo in Delphi, intending
Syll_644   (c. 172)   inscribed in the temple of Apollo Lykeios. Proposed
Syll_645   (c. 172)   bed slab in the] temple [of Apollo]. [C] Decree of
Syll_652   (shortly before 167)   end, was dedicated by to Apollo by Hermon son of
Syll_653   (c. 165)   ns of the temple of Apollo Smintheus in Troas; and
Syll_663   (c. 200)   banded ship to the city of Phoibos. Under his own r
Syll_669   (166-147)   erapolos} of Aktian Apollo; and Kleandros of Anak
Syll_670   (before 161)   dedicated to Pythian Apollo by [the city] of Del
Syll_671   (160/59)   ee full-grown oxen to Apollo and Leto and Artemis,
Syll_679   (190-140)   rds in] the temple of Apollo at Myous; and now that
Syll_681   (c. 140)   sul of the Romans, to Apollo; the supervisor Protim
Syll_697.E   (128/7)   as thank-offering to Apollo :
Syll_698.A   (128/7) inscribed in the temple of Apollo, on the treasury of the
Syll_699   (c. 128) inclined towards the god { Apollo } who is the leader
Syll_704.B   (c. 117) son of Publius, to Pythian Apollo.
Syll_705   (112)   ntrary to] the oracles of [Apollo]. We therefore pe
Syll_707   (270-220)   ce it in the temple of Apollo; and the stewards sha
Syll_708   (c. 50) established by the city for Apollo; he honoured the city and
Syll_711.B   (106/5) of Artemon was priest of Apollo, and Phaidros son of Attalos
Syll_711.L   (106/5) skills, and honoured Apollo Patroïos with pleasing
Syll_712.A   Knosos in the temple of Apollo Delphidios, and on a stele
Syll_712.B   Knosos in the temple of Apollo Delphidios and in the temple
Syll_721   (end of 2nd cent.) ected in the temple of Apollo Delphidios. The Athenians who resi
Syll_724   (c. 81) Priests of Apollo Erethimios:
Syll_728.B   (97) Priest of Apollo : Lysias son of Artemon
Syll_728.K   (97) of artists at Athens to Apollo on account of their virtue
Syll_737   (94/3) place in the temple of Apollo, and they shall send a
Syll_738.A   (? 86) an offering to sacrifice to Apollo.
Syll_749.A   (shortly after 65) of] Gnaeus, imperator [t o Apollo, Artemis (?) and Leto ];
Syll_761.A   (48/7) ASS="help" HREF="../../names/a/apollo.html#1">Apollo at Delphi wi
Syll_761.C   (48/7) of] Artemidoros, to Pythian [ Apollo ], on account of his
Syll_765.A   Priest of Pythian Apollo :   Sosikles son of
Syll_772   (26/5) in the temple of Pythian Apollo. When Antigenes so Archias was
Syll_773   (26/5) Priest of Apollo   :   Eukles of
Syll_953   (300-286)   uot;By Zeus and Apollo Lykios [and Gaia, I will jud
Syll_977   him in the temple of Apollo Asgelatas, so that he can
Theodorid_6.155   year old boy sheared for Apollo the lyre-player, and there
Theodorid_16.132   these by the arrows of Phoebus, and those by the arrows
THI_12   (c. 309-305)   {Helios}, Poseidon, Apollo, Demeter, Ares, Athena
THI_19   (Late 3rd cent.) sembled at the temple of Apollo Bilkonios in Bilkon, under t
THI_23   (late 2nd cent.)   them, and dedicated it to Apollo. [B] &Original t
THI_24   (early 2nd cent.)   ses: priests of Apollo: Amyntas and the magistrate
THI_42   (273)   ered to Artemis and Apollo; and that the sacred h
THI_51   (277/6)   war, in the house of Apollo: A moulded bowl and an
THI_57   (late 3rd cent.)   e in the sanctuary of Apollo in which a stone slab
THI_64   (263-236)   itanes       Apollo... of Lakedaimon
THI_69   (c. 260)   ibed in the temple of Apollo, and the treasurer s
THI_72   (201)   nth of Xandikos, when Apollo was stephanephoros (?)
THI_76   (c. 303)   d, these statues of Apollo son of Zeus and chaste A
THI_79   (304-302)   up] in the sanctuary [of Apollo] Daphnephoros. Th
THI_90   (311-306)   sible, the priest of Apollo and the other priests a
THI_91   (240-230)   during the games of Apollo, when the choruses of bo
THI_96   (250-240)   nd set up in the temple of Apollo in Delos. Eumedes
THI_97   (294-288)   xt an excuse for . . . and Apollo and Demeter and D
THI_98   (250-200)   d set up in the temple of Apollo Delphinios. The wa
THI_108   (c. 228)   up in the temple of Apollo Delphinios; the wall-bui
THI_115   (230-225)   e in the [temple of Apollo] at Delphi, wherever see
THI_121   (215/4)   ds and to Hestia and to Apollo Didymeus; therefore,
THI_122   (c. 183-150) the other Greek cities, with Apollo of Didyma as their guide
THI_124   (c. 216)   the temple of Aktian Apollo being a common sanctuar
THI_134   (c. 198)   When Apollo was stephanephoros after
THI_136   (2nd century) When Apollo was stephanephoros after Antigonos son
THI_143   (200-150)   of sacrilege against Apollo's shrine and exposed ou
THI_144   (c. 253)   ise in the temple of Apollo, choosing the most appr
THI_146   (280-240)   ce it in the temple of Apollo next to the steles of
THI_151   (145-137)   er in the temple of Apollo Kerdoios in Larisa, duri
THI_160.D   up in the temple of Apollo Phaistinos.
THI_164   (c. 100) [When (?) Apollo was priest] after Posideos son
THI_176   (155/4)   dros, sold to Pythian Apollo a male save, named Dam
THI_178.A   at [the city] holds for Apollo [and] Roma. The overseers sha
THI_178.B   him in the temple of Apollo Maleatas and the of Asklepios;
THI_182   (229/8) the Milesians . . . Apollo . . . [as to
THI_191.A   (late 2nd century) this high, sacred city of Phoibos; and sailed out together with
THI_211   (early 2nd century) Allariotai in the temple of Apollo. And these things shall be
THI_52.A   (218/7) they wish] also to honour Apollo Didymeus, to whom they trace
THI_52.B   (218/7) performing a sacrifice to Apollo Didymeus, the founder of o
THI_99.A   (200-150)   tele in the temple of Apollo beside the stele of hi
THI_99.K   (early 2nd century)   ace in the temple of Apollo Temenitas, so that we m
Timoth:Pers_237   come, thou Far-darting Pythian with the gifts of prosper
ValMax_1.1.1   the augurs the predictions of Apollo should depend upon the books
ValMax_1.1.18   A sharp avenger also was Apollo, of an injury done to
ValMax_1.1.19   [1.19]   Nor was Apollo's son Aesculapius a less violent
ValMax_1.2.3   embracing a little image of Apollo, which was taken out of
ValMax_1.6.10   head of the image of Apollo broken, and so pitched in
ValMax_1.8.10   came from the mouth of Apollo himself was more miraculous, and
ValMax_1.1e.3   it was not appropriate for Apollo the father to be without
ValMax_1.1e.4   is was consecrated to Pythian Apollo in lieu of their tithes
ValMax_1.2e.3   made by the counsel of Apollo.
ValMax_1.8e.8   question of the oracle of Apollo. In derision he asked whether
ValMax_3.4e.1   also by the oracle of Apollo judged to be the wisest
ValMax_4.1e.7   it appropriate to consult Apollo at Delphi: the god
ValMax_5.6.8   sent to the oracle of Apollo, but could not be purchased,
ValMax_5.3e.2   was a person that Pythian Apollo did not disdain to speak
ValMax_5.6e.1   sent to the oracle of Apollo, and by his ambassadors desired
ValMax_7.1.2   went to enquire of Pythian Apollo, whether any mortal was happier
ValMax_7.3.2   sacrifices in honour of Pythian Apollo, he carried gold as a
ValMax_8.15.3   Pessinus by command of Pythian Apollo. The same oracle had ordered
ValMax_8.15e.2   gold in the temple of Apollo at Delphi; when other men,
Vit:Nicand_1   Nicander was a priest of Apollo of Clarus, having inherite


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