Now, the high priest wants to groom a girl with such psychic talents as trainee Pythia
Richard Edwards's Palamon and Arcite and Damon and Pythias
introduced the genre of historically ironic tragical comedy to the royal audience.
At Delphi in the temple sacred to the God Apollo, the oracle, Pythia
, was consulted.
Vasilia Koulolias, the chief executive officer of the Indianapolis-based Pythia
Corporation and developer of the wireless legislative automation system, believes the future for computer users in the state legislatures is almost entirely tied to one word: convenience.
Music--Sophia can't tell what she's listening to, wonders if Pythia
have a special mix--blasts into Davis's ears.
1) He makes his first victorious appearance in the single-horse event, the [TEXT NOT REPRODUCIBLE IN ASCII], of six laps (just over 1 km) in the hippodrome at the Pythia
in 478, to which Pindar refers in P.
The longing for the mother--real, symbolic, archetypal, chthonic--is the central thread in the poem, in which seven sections are titled according to rites or prayers that allude to specific moods: Shaharit (morning prayer), Yizkor (memorial prayer), Lethe, Pythia
, Equinox, Threnody (song of lamentation), and September.
Tradition has it that the Pythia
, a woman who would act as Apollo's mouthpiece (Parke 1956: 33-40; Graindor 1930: 7), sat above a chasm in the rear of the temple.
Thus the key moment in The Sibyl occurs when Ahasuerus, when talking with the pythia
, looks at:
, the Delphic oracle who revealed Apollo's will, judges at times act as if they have some unique ability to ascertain the Constitution's true meaning.
If the gentleman was the Pythia
in the temple, ought he not to explain the ambiguous language of the oracle?
Solectek, in conjunction with Pythia
Corporation, has developed a system which Lill enable mobile users roaming the show floor to survey attendees for pertinent information.