Didyma


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Didyma:

see oracleoracle,
in Greek religion, priest or priestess who imparted the response of a god to a human questioner. The word is also used to refer to the response itself and to the shrine of a god. Every oracular shrine had a fixed method of divination.
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Interestingly, though, there was an inscription found at Didyma that used the epithet Chrysolyras or "God of the Golden Lyre" for Apollo; see Joseph Fontenrose, Didyma: Apollo's Oracle, Cult, and Companions (Berkeley: University of California Press, 1988), 111.
(1983a): "Bericht Uber die Arbeit am Jungeren Apollon tempel von Didyma", Deutsches Archaologishes Institui Abteilung Istanbul, Istanbuler Mitteilungen, Band 33, pp.
Add to your list bee balm, Monarda didyma. It tastes like oregano with pinks that have a clove-like flavour.
Several herbaceous species were dominant across seeps, including (in order of importance): wood nettles (Laporlea canadensis), branch lettuce (Micranthes micranthidifolia), turtlehead (Chelone sp.), scarlet beebalm (Monarda didyma), pale jewelweed (Impatiens pallida), foamflower (Tiarella cordifolia), white wood aster (Eurybia divaricala), and green-headed coneflower (Rudbeckia laciniata; Appendix 1).
silesiaca Bleisch -- -- -- Cymbella sp -- 6 8 Diploneis didyma (Ehr.) Cleve -- -- 1 Entomoneis costata (Hustedt) Reimer -- -- 1 E.
Mechanics of prey size preference in the gastropod Neverita didyma preying on the bivalve Ruditapes philippinarum.
Arthemis of Ephesus, Apollon of Didyma, Kybele of Anatolia, Athena of Priene, Apollon of Klaros, Aphrodite of Miletus, Heraion of Samos, Phokaian Athena and Kybele, Athena of Smyrna and many other gods and goddesses of Ionia were the major elements of Paganism in that region.
Portulacaceae Salix matsudana Salicaceae Veronica didyma Tenore Scrophulariaceae Datura stramonium Linn.
For instance, the root biomass of Veronica didyma decreased significantly (P < 0.05), while no obvious effect of N-deposition had been found in the root of Poa annua and Amaranthus spinosus, and the root biomass of Lolium perenne and other seven species all increased significantly (P < 0.05).