Within the altis there is also a sacred enclosure consecrated to Pelops, whom the Eleans as much prefer in honor above the heroes of Olympia as they prefer Zeus over the other gods. To the right of the entrance of the temple of Zeus, on the north side, lies the Pelopium. It is far as the rear chamber. It is surrounded by a stone fence, within which trees grow and statues have been dedicated.  The entrance is on the west. The sanctuary is said to have been set apart to Pelops by Heracles, the son of Amphitryon. Heracles too was a great-grandson of Pelops, and he is also said to have sacrificed to him into the pit.
מקדשו של פיליפוס השני מלך מוקדון באולימפיה.
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