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SELECT id, date, short_story, xfields, title, category, alt_name, MATCH (title, short_story, full_story, xfields) AGAINST ('Epic heroes and the archaeological record Surprisingly few cults of the great mythic and epic heroes can be firmly linked to the material record. The cult of Helen and Menelaos at Therapne is the&nbsp;lone case in which inscribed votives confirm the identity of the recipients as&nbsp;early as the seventh century and the first quarter of the sixth (the cult of&nbsp;Achilles at Olbia, discussed below, may prove to be of similar antiquity). The&nbsp;sanctuary of Alexandra and Agamemnon in Amyklai also produced a rich&nbsp;hoard of votive gifts stretching back to the seventh century, though without&nbsp;identifying inscriptions. The Archaic and Classical offerings include terracotta plaques with the typically Lakonian iconography of heroization: a&nbsp;man and woman are seated on thrones together; the bearded man extends&nbsp;a kantharos toward a rearing serpent. Other plaques show Alexandra&nbsp;enthroned, holding a scepter, and accompanied by a snake. The local heroine&nbsp;or goddess Al') as score FROM dle_post WHERE MATCH (title, short_story, full_story, xfields) AGAINST ('Epic heroes and the archaeological record Surprisingly few cults of the great mythic and epic heroes can be firmly linked to the material record. The cult of Helen and Menelaos at Therapne is the&nbsp;lone case in which inscribed votives confirm the identity of the recipients as&nbsp;early as the seventh century and the first quarter of the sixth (the cult of&nbsp;Achilles at Olbia, discussed below, may prove to be of similar antiquity). The&nbsp;sanctuary of Alexandra and Agamemnon in Amyklai also produced a rich&nbsp;hoard of votive gifts stretching back to the seventh century, though without&nbsp;identifying inscriptions. The Archaic and Classical offerings include terracotta plaques with the typically Lakonian iconography of heroization: a&nbsp;man and woman are seated on thrones together; the bearded man extends&nbsp;a kantharos toward a rearing serpent. Other plaques show Alexandra&nbsp;enthroned, holding a scepter, and accompanied by a snake. The local heroine&nbsp;or goddess Al') AND id != 58746 AND approve=1 AND date < '2019-04-21 16:09:06' ORDER BY score DESC LIMIT 5