Definition of Delphi in English:

Delphi

Syllabification: Del·phi
Pronunciation: /ˈdelˌfī
 
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  • One of the most important religious sanctuaries of the ancient Greek world, dedicated to Apollo, situated on the lower southern slopes of Mount Parnassus above the Gulf of Corinth. Thought of as the navel of the earth, it was the seat of the Delphic Oracle, whose riddling responses to a wide range of questions were delivered by the Pythia.

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