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used in The House of Hades

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someone who journeys to a special place — typically a difficult journey to a sacred place as an act of religious devotion
  • In ancient times, the House of Hades was a major site for Greek pilgrims.
    p. 68.0
  • Pilgrims could actually speak to the ghosts.
    p. 68.7
  • The pilgrims believed that each level of the temple brought you closer to the Underworld, until the dead would appear before you.
    p. 68.9
  • "Some pilgrims found nothing," Nico said.
    p. 69.1
  • Remember, this is where pilgrims came to commune with dead ancestors.
    p. 491.2
  • He couldn't read Ancient Greek, but he guessed they were prayers or supplications to the dead, written by pilgrims thousands of years ago.
    p. 497.6

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