Dodona

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Do·do·na

 (də-dō′nə)
An ancient city of northwest Greece. It was a center of Pelasgian worship dedicated to Zeus.
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Dodona

(dəʊˈdəʊnə)
n
(Placename) an ancient Greek town in Epirus: seat of an ancient sanctuary and oracle of Zeus and later the religious centre of Pyrrhus' kingdom
Dodonaean, Dodonean adj
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Do•do•na

(dəˈdoʊ nə)

n.
an ancient town in NW Greece, in Epirus: the site of a famous oracle of Zeus.
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