Calame, Claude. 2009. Poetic and Performative Memory in Ancient Greece: Heroic Reference and Ritual Gestures in Time and Space. Hellenic Studies Series 18. Washington, DC: Center for Hellenic Studies. http://nrs.harvard.edu/urn-3:hul.ebook:CHS_CalameC.Poetic_and_Performative_Memory_in_Ancient_Greece.2009.
IV. Regimes of Historicity and Oracular Logic: How To Re-Found A Colonial City?
1. Cyclical and philosophical temporalities
2. A doubly-founding document
3. Temporal and enunciative architecture
3.1. The first section: “Gods. To Good Fortune.”
3.2. The second section: “Oath of the Founders”
3.3. Temporal-spatial networks
4. Time of the oracles and time of the citizen
the oracle steered your course in the voice unasked of the bee-priestess,
who with threefold salutation revealed you
destined king of Kyrene
as you came to ask what release the gods might grant of your stammering voice.
So it is worded in Pythian 4, in contrast to the allusion mentioned in Pythian 5, also an epinician composed in praise of Arkesilas IV, the king of Cyrene whose four-horse chariot won at the Pythian Games of 462. 
5. Weaving space and time between Delphi and Cyrene