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Dolops was a 5th century BCE Greek farmer and former priest who resided in Epidauros, Argolis. He was the son of Chrysis, a member of the Cult of Kosmos.


Born to Chrysis, Dolops apparently never knew his father. When he'd grown up, he became a priest of Asklepios, and worked in the sanctuary dedicated to the healing god. Or did, until his mother stole a Spartan baby who'd been left for dead, and silenced the priests of sanctuary.[1]

During the Peloponnesian War he met the Spartan misthios Kassandra, who had been pointed his way by Hippokrates.[2] The mercenary scared Dolops, for someone had made an attempt on his life. Kassandra promised to solve the case in return for information about an incident with a Spartan woman and an injured baby long ago.[3]

After solving the case, Kassandra returned to learn about Chrysis, and her practice at the Altar of Apollo Maleatas in southern Valley of Dreams.[3]


  • In the novel Dolops (who is a composite character of his game counterpart and Mydon) kills his mother Chrysis as she is fleeing the Altar of Apollo Maleatas after she set it aflame to stall Kassandra.
  • Dolops shares his name with multiple figures in Greek myths.



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