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The Delphic oracle Slavery. Aegeus, father of Theseus, consults the oracle of Apollo at Delphi Red-figure kylix , 450 BCE. Extent of Greek colonization: 550 BCE. Greek religious sanctuaries. Zeus Ammon Egypt. Sanctuary and Temple of Apollo, Delphi: remains and reconstructions.

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The delphic oracle slavery

The Delphic oracleSlavery

Aegeus, father of Theseus, consults the oracle of Apollo at DelphiRed-figure kylix, 450 BCE


Extent of greek colonization 550 bce

Extent of Greek colonization: 550 BCE


Greek religious sanctuaries

Greek religious sanctuaries

Zeus AmmonEgypt


The delphic oracle slavery

Sanctuary and Temple of Apollo, Delphi: remains and reconstructions


Mediterranean in the time of croesus

Mediterranean in the time of Croesus

SCYTHIA

Black Sea

Halys River

Thurii


Cleobis and biton 590 580 bce

Cleobis and Biton, 590-580 BCE


Croesus king of lydia 560 546 bce

Croesus, King of Lydia, 560-546 BCE


Croesus king of lydia 560 546 bce1

Croesus, King of Lydia, 560-546 BCE

Red-figure amphora, early 5th c. BCE


Conquests of cyrus cambyses darius herodotus books 1 4

Conquests of Cyrus, Cambyses, Darius:Herodotus books 1-4


The delphic oracle slavery

Laborer

Wet-nurse

Courtesan (hetaira))

Slavery in Greece: the life of a δοῦλος (doulos)

Legal proscriptions

War captive

Military aide

Artisan / Craftsman


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