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800 BCE: The site of Delphi first acquires a religious significance.
 
 
700 BCE: The temple of Apollo is built on the island of Delos.
 
 
700 BCE - 600 BCE: Temples are built in honour of Apollo, Demeter and Dionysos on the island of Naxos.
 
 
700 BCE: Greek poet Hesiod writes his Theogony and Works and Days.
 
 
650 BCE: The first temple in honour of Apollo is built at Delphi.
 
 
560 BCE: Naxos dedicates a large column and sphinx to the oracle of Apollo at Delphi.
 
 
550 BCE: The silver drachma of Delos depicts a lyre - symbolic of Apollo - on its reverse side.
 
 
550 BCE: The temple of Apollo is constructed at Corinth.
 
 
510 BCE: The second temple to Apollo is constructed at Delphi, replacing the first temple destroyed by fire.
 
 
460 BCE - 457 BCE: Temple of Zeus is built at Olympia with a statue of Apollo dominating the west pediment and containing the cult statue of Zeus by Phidias.
 
 
431 BCE: The temple to Apollo Medicus is built in Rome.
 
 
420 BCE - 400 BCE: The Temple of Apollo is built at Bassae.
 
 
373 BCE: An earthquake destroys the temple of Apollo at Delphi.
 
 
330 BCE: The third temple to Apollo is constructed at Delphi, replacing the earlier temple damaged by earthquake.
 
 
393 CE: Last prophecy of the Oracle of Apollo at Delphi, after Roman Emperor Theodosius ordered the closure of all "pagan" sanctuaries.
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
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