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27 May 2003 @ 05:09, by Lydia Teo

I am looking for accurate information about the Oracle of Delphi and have not been having a great deal of success. Any information or links would be greatly appreciated.


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27 May 2003 @ 06:55 by spiritseek : Oracle of Delphi
http://www.oracleofdelphi.com/newpage2.html
http://www.pbs.org/empires/thegreeks/background/7_p1.html
http://www.continentallocating.com/World.Literature/Links/delphi.htm
http://www.ehistory.com/world/articles/ArticleView.cfm?AID=8
http://www.magicaljourneys.com/Delphi/delphi-interest-oedipus.html
http://www.dreamscape.com/morgana/desdemon.htm
http://www.perseus.tufts.edu/cl135/Students/Leslie_DesMarteau/delphi.htm  



1 Jun 2003 @ 02:43 by newdawn : spiritseek
many thanks for the links  


17 Jun 2003 @ 12:04 by shawa : Pandora´s Box
Swan and I, we had an entry about the Oracle. In the Workgroups space, down the list, the Room is called Pandora´s Box and you can access the Newslog. :-)  


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