Theorodokoi (Greek: θεωροδόκοι or θεαροδόκοι) in Ancient Greece were sacred envoy-receivers, whose duty was to host and assist the Theoroi (θεωροί) "viewers" before Panhellenic Games and Festivals. Theorodokos was sometimes appointed by the community in which he lived but sometimes by the community that sent out the Theoroi.
- Theorodokoi as evidence for Polis identity - An Inventory of Archaic and Classical Poleis by Mogens Herman Hansen, Thomas Heine Nielsen
- Theocritus, Dioscuri (Idyll 22): Introduction, Text, and Commentary  by Alexander Sens
- Ancient Greek Athletics by Stephen G. Miller
- ca. 365 - List of Epidaurian Theorodokoi-Epigraphical Database
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