I wanted to ask you something. Which is… what's your name?
The title of this article is conjecture. Although the subject of this article is canon, no official name for it has been given.
Where are the paintings?
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uploading better images on this page. Shrine of Apollo's Oracle was a shrine dedicated to the Greek god Apollo, located in the Green Mountains, Libya, during the 1st century BCE.
The shrine was where the local
Oracle of Apollo lived, and in 47 BCE, that role had fallen to a Greek woman named Phoebe.
Around 47 BCE, the
Medjay Bayek of Siwa visited the place, claiming to be able to feel the 'divine power' of the place. He met the oracle, who directed him to find the Halo of the Huntress Cyrene at the Lake of Tears.
Later, Bayek returned there to witness the formation of
Cyrene's Triumvirate, as well as the engagement of Praxilla and Diocles.