Hogarth, David G.; Lorimer, Hilda L.; Edgar, Campbell Cowan
Naukratis, 1903 — London, 1905 [Cicognara Nr. 4314]

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116 D. G. HOGARTH, H. L. LORIMER, AND C. C. EDGAR

These last had been erected upon remains of still earlier buildings, coeval
with the first settlement of Greeks on this northern part of the site, a few
traces of whose walls and pavements alone survive. The whole mass of
remains belongs to an edifice, contained through all restorations within the
same great enclosure walls, and apparently devoted to the worship of several
individual gods and the ' Gods of the Greeks' as a whole. This it cannot
be doubtful was the Hellenion which Herodotus saw, and in which possibly
he dedicated the vase whose base, bearing his name, came to light in 190S
{Inscr. No. 6).

D.—Inscriptions (from the Hellenion site unless otherwise stated),
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Hellenion.)

6. 'H[po]S6rov.

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