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The '''Akousmatikoi Cave''' is a cave located northwest of the [[Heraion of Samos|Heraion]] on the [[Greece|Greek]] island of [[Samos]].
 
The '''Akousmatikoi Cave''' is a cave located northwest of the [[Heraion of Samos|Heraion]] on the [[Greece|Greek]] island of [[Samos]].
   
During the [[Peloponnesian War]], the cave served as a hideout for the [[Followers of Ares]], who worshipped the Greek [[Ares|god]] of war there. The [[Sparta]]n ''[[Mercenary|misthios]]'', [[Kassandra]], eliminating the Followers of Ares and looted their valuables.<ref>''[[Assassin's Creed: Odyssey]]''</ref>
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During the [[Peloponnesian War]], the cave served as a hideout for the [[Followers of Ares]], who worshipped the Greek [[Ares|god]] of war there. The [[Sparta]]n ''[[Mercenary|misthios]]'' [[Kassandra]] visited the cave, eliminating the Followers of Ares and looting their valuables.<ref>''[[Assassin's Creed: Odyssey]]''</ref>
   
 
==Trivia==
 
==Trivia==
*The term ''akousmatikoi'' refers a set of philosophical traditions within {{Wiki|Pythagoreanism}}, founded by the philosopher, [[Pythagoras]].
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*The term ''akousmatikoi'' (ἀκουσματικοί) refers to a philosophical tradition within {{Wiki|Pythagoreanism}}, founded by the philosopher [[Pythagoras]].
   
 
==Appearance==
 
==Appearance==

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The Akousmatikoi Cave is a cave located northwest of the Heraion on the Greek island of Samos.

During the Peloponnesian War, the cave served as a hideout for the Followers of Ares, who worshipped the Greek god of war there. The Spartan misthios Kassandra visited the cave, eliminating the Followers of Ares and looting their valuables.[1]

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  • The term akousmatikoi (ἀκουσματικοί) refers to a philosophical tradition within Pythagoreanism, founded by the philosopher Pythagoras.

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