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- Orchomenus or Orchomenos or Orkhomenos (Ancient Gr****: Ὀρχομενός) may refer to: Orchomenus (mythology), the name of several distinct figures Orchomenus...
- area. Like many sites around the Aegean, Orchomenos was burned and its palace destro**** in ca. 1200 BC. Orchomenos is mentioned among the Achaean cities...
- currency. Its ruins are near the modern village of Orchomenos (before 1963: Καλπάκι, Kal****). Orchomenos was initially established at the foot of the acropolis...
- The Battle of Orchomenus was fought in 85 BC between Rome and the forces of Mithridates VI of Pontus. The Roman army was led by Lucius Cornelius Sulla...
- Theatre of Rhamnous, East Attica Theatre of Chaeronea, Boeotia Theatre of Orchomenos, Boeotia Theatre of Delphi, Phocis Theatre of Stratos, Aetolia-Acarnania...
- vigorous in Boeotia, especially those from the Ptoan sanctuary and the Orchomenos kouros (NAMA 9), early work there is probably native. Also Corinth, Actium...
- She also has similarities with the Anatolian goddess Ma. At Thebes and Orchomenos, a festival entitled Homolôïa, which was celebrated in honour of Zeus...
- was one of the Danaides. She was a lover of Zeus and bore a son by him, Orchomenos (or Chrysen). After her death she was transformed by the god into a spring...
- at their ****. He did the same to the daughters of Minyas, King of Orchomenos in Boetia, and then turned them into bats. According to Opian, Dionysus...
- Kandila (Kandila, Diakopi, Moni Kandilas) Kardaras Komi Levidi Limni Orchomenos (Orchomenos, Roussis) Palaiopyrgos Panagitsa Vlacherna List of settlements in...
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