Don't miss the special BONUS offer during our Beta-test period. The next 100 new Registered Users (from a unique IP address), to post at least five (5) piglix, will receive 1,000 extra sign-up points (eventually exchangeable for crypto-currency)!

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Sixteen Women

Pausanias, in his Description of Greece (c. 175 CE), refers to "the Sixteen Women", who wove a robe for Hera every four years as part of the Heraean Games. Pausanias offers two stories to explain the origin of the Sixteen: firstly that they were assembled "out of gratitude to Hera for her marriage with Pelops" by Hippodamia; and secondly that they were originally representatives of the sixteen cities of Elis who were chosen to mediate between Pisa and Elis following the death of the Pisan tyrant Damophon.



Don't forget! that as one of our early users, you are eligible to receive the 1,000 point bonus as soon as you have created five (5) acceptable piglix.