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Aegae (modern Vergina)

Aegeira (modern Egira)

Argos (modern Argos)

Cassiope (modern Kamarina)

Corinth (modern Kórinthos)

Corinth Odeum (modern Kórinthos)

Delphi (modern Delfi)

Delos (Modern Delos)

Dionysus (modern Athens)

Dium (modern Malathriá)

Dodona (modern Dodoni)

Elis (modern Ilida)

Epidaururs (modern Epidauros)

Eretria (modern Eretria)

Gythium (modern Githio)

Herodes Atticus

Isthmia (modern Isthmia)

Mantinea (modern Mantinea)

Megalopolis (modern Megalopoli)

Messene (modern Mavromati)

Milos, Cyclades, South Aegean

Mytilene, Lesbos, North Aegean

Nicopolis (modern Preveza)

Odeum of Herodes Atticus (modern Athens)

Orchomenus (modern Orhomenos)

Orchomenos, Boeotia, Sterea Hellas

Oropos

Patrai (modern Patras)

Philippi (modern Krenides)

Sicyon (modern Kiato)

Sparta (modern Sparti)

Stobi (modern Pustogradske)

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Thoricus (modern Thorikos)

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