Clarus - in ancient sources @ attalus.org
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- a town in Asia Minor, famous for its temple of Apollo
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dwell in the groves of Clarus, for Apollo veiled its dee
Antimachus, a poet of Clarus, who, when he was rehearsi
by the tripods of Apollo in Clarus. You must, to be sur
whom the snow-white town of Clarus nurtured.
(c. 190) celebrated the festival at Klaros and the games for
a priest of Apollo of Clarus, having inherited the prie
- in documents
to Sarapion also called Clarus son of Sarapion son of
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