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Delos (Greece) (search for this): chapter 54
who offer the sacrifices prescribed by oracle, and for business requiring omens to be taken watch for good omens in cooperation with the soothsayers. It also elects by lot ten others called the Yearly Sacrificial Officers, who perform certain sacrifices and administer all the four-yearlyi.e. taking place once in every four or six years: in Greek this is called "five-yearly," "seven-yearly." festivals except the Panathenaic Festival. One of the four-yearly festivals is the Mission to Delos (and there is also a six-yearlyBoth the text and the facts are most uncertain. festival there), a second is the Brauronia, a third the Heraclea, and a fourth the Eleusinia; a fifth is the Panathenaic, which is not held in the same year as any of the others mentioned. There has now been added the Festival of Hephaestus, instituted in the archonship of Cephisophon. They also elect by lot an archon for Salamis and a demarch for Peiraeus, who hold the Festivals of DionysusTA\ *DION