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Headword: *pu/qion
Adler number: pi,3130
Translated headword: Pythion, Pythium
Vetting Status: high
A shrine of Apollo at Athens,[1] created by Peisistratos, in which those who had won victories in the cyclic chorus at the Thargelia placed tripods.
Also [sc. attested is] Pythios, [meaning] Apollo.[2]
Greek Original:
*pu/qion: i(ero\n *)apo/llwnos *)aqh/nhsin, u(po\ *peisistra/tou gegono/s, ei)s o(\ tou\s tri/podas e)ti/qesan oi( tw=| kukli/w| xorw=| nikh/santes ta\ *qargh/lia. kai\ *pu/qios, o( *)apo/llwn.
For the Thargelia festival see theta 50; for Peisistratos, pi 1474.
[1] Near the R.Ilissos (iota 321).
[2] cf. pi 3127, pi 3128, pi 3129, pi 3131, pi 3133, pi 3137.
H.W. Parke, Festivals of the Athenians (1977) 148
Keywords: architecture; biography; definition; geography; meter and music; religion
Translated by: David Whitehead on 25 February 2004@09:51:33.
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Catharine Roth (tweaked translation following a suggestion from Brady Kiesling) on 29 December 2016@23:47:19.


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