The tales of Greek mythology are memorable and they have endured the centuries. Most of us know about the gods and goddesses in the stories, but there were a handful of other figures that have also made a lasting impression. One of these characters is the Oracle of Delphi, also known as the Pythia.
The Oracle was said to have lived at the ancient site that is located at Delphi, which at the time was called “Omphalos” by the Ancient Greeks. This term denotes the center of the world. The ancients believed this global focal point was located here at a remote region in upper central Greece on a plateau along the slopes of Mt. Parnassus.
Here’s a look at who the Oracle of Delphi was, and some of the stories associated with her: