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1 The goddess with a temple at the entrance to the precincts of Apollo at Delphi was Ἀθήνη Προναία, whom the Pytho addresses at the beginning of the Eumenides （Aesch. Eum. 21 and to whom Croesus offered a golden shield （Hdt. 1.92）. Perhaps by popular etymology she became the goddess of Providence, which title she is named also in Aeschines （Aeschin. 3.108）. Pausanias mentions both titles （Paus. 9.10.2 and Paus. 10.8.6）.
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