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Necromanteion

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  1. the Ancient Greek Temple of Necromancy devoted to Hades and Persephone

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  2. situated on an archaeological site located in northwestern Greece (Ephyra) overlooking the Acheron river

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  3. This site was believed by devotees to be the door to Hades, the realm of the dead

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  4. The word Nekromanteion means "Oracle of Death", and the faithful came here to talk with their late ancestors

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  5. Although other ancient temples such as the Temple of Poseidon in Taenaron as well as those in Argolis, Kyme, and Herakleia in Pontos are known to have housed nekyomanteia (priests/oracles of the dead) The Nekromanteion of Ephyra is the only Oracle of

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