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In later times, when multitudes of people came from great distances to put questions to the oracle, a spacious temple of marble was erected over the spot.
The event is exclusive to Patrons members and will give fans the opportunity to put questions to Dean on all things at the club.
There was also the chance to put questions to stars including Star Wars C-3PO actor Anthony Daniels, Doctor Who's latest assistant Pearl Mackie and even David Bradley - whose appearances in three great fan favourite series - Doctor Who, Harry Potter and Game of Thrones - have earned him legendary status at these events.
When MPA Nusrat was barred from many questions of public importance, she complained that they (MPAs) put questions to ministers concerned but their replies come after two to three years in order of the day.
And fans will be able to put questions to King Kev, who managed the Magpies through the Entertainers era.
People can put questions to the Chief Minister on Facebook.
There will also be an opportunity for landlords to hear presentations and put questions to a range of industry experts.
If you want to know more, then you must put questions to Manchester United, or perhaps to another club.
The Afternoon with Sea Watch is on July 20, at 2pm at the museum's Interactive Room and includes ideas on helping to protect marine mammals, quizzes, prizes and the chance to put questions to the expert panel.
It includes a chance to put questions to Boro legends Jim Platt, Bernie Slaven and Terry Cochrane, plus young Riverside goalkeeper Connor Ripley.
Tonyrefail Comprehensive School Year 9 pupils Sofi Sheppard and Lauren Rees, above, put questions to Lord Coe at a press conference with the Olympian.