Pantheon

Traditional groups of deities. Each pantheon is connected with an ancient culture and tradition.

pantheon

  1. all the gods of a religion
  2. a monument commemorating a nation's dead heroes
  3. (ancient Greece or Rome) a temple to all the gods

Pantheon

• (n.) A temple dedicated to all the gods; especially, the building so called at Rome. • (n.) The collective gods of a people, or a work treating of them; as, a divinity of the Greek pantheon.
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Pantheon

(1) A pantheon is a collective term for all the gods believed to exist in a particular religious bel
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Pantheon

(from the article `Apollonius of Tyre`) ...earliest dating from the 9th or 10th century) testifies to its popularity in the Middle Ages. The most widespread medieval versions include that ...
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pantheon

noun (antiquity) a temple to all the gods
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Pantheon

[book] The Liber universalis is a work of Gottfried von Viterbo (c. 1120 – c. 1196). In this work, completed in 1185, he chronicles world history from the creation of the world to the time of Heinrich VI. ...
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Pantheon

[mythical creature] The Pantheon is a mythical or imaginary creature used in heraldry, particularly in Britain. It appears to have been first adopted in English coats of arms in the early Tudor period, subsequently becoming part of the design repertoire of the heralds in their official grants of arms. Early sightings of the creature include...
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Pantheon

[religion] A pantheon (from Greek Πάνθεον - pantheon, literally `(a temple) of all gods`, `of or common to all gods`, from πᾶν pan- `all` + θεῖος theios, `of or for the gods`, from θεός theos `god`) is a set of all the gods of a particular polytheistic religion,mythology or tradition. Max Weber`s 1922 opus, Economy and ...
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Pantheon

[role-playing game] Pantheon and other Roleplaying Games is a 24-page book that includes 5 self-contained role-playing games for 3-6 players and designed to be completed in 1–2 hours. ==History== Pantheon and Other Roleplaying Games (2000), by Robin Laws, was published by Hogshead Publishing as one of their New Style role-playing games. =...
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Pantheon

[software] Pantheon is a Web development platform for open-source Drupal based websites. It is an app-specific PaaS provider. Pantheon runs as software-as-a-service instead of running on users own servers. Pantheon’s `Drupal-as-a-service” is built on top of Rackspace’s cloud. It offers a platform for developing custom sites which is f...
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Pantheon

Pan·the'on noun [ Latin pantheon , pantheum , Greek ... (sc. ...), from ... of all gods; ..., ..., all + ... a god: confer French panthéon . See Pan- , and Theism .] 1. A temple dedicated to all the gods; especially, the building so called at Rome. 2.
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Pantheon

a temple with an inscription that reads M.Agrippa L.F. Cos tertium fecit claiming to have been built by Agrippa; the original, completed in 27 BCE, was burned in the fire in Rome in 80 CE and rebuilt during the time of Hadrian; an opening in the roof of the temple allows in air and light.
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pantheon

all the gods of a religion
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Pantheon

All the gods, collectively as a group.
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Panthéon

building in Paris that was begun about 1757 by the architect Jacques-Germain Soufflot as the Church of Sainte-Geneviève to replace a much older ... [10 related articles]
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Pantheon

building in Rome that was begun in 27 by the statesman Marcus Vipsanius Agrippa, probably as a building of the ordinary classical temple ... [14 related articles]
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pantheon

Originally a temple for worshipping all the gods, such as that in ancient Rome, rebuilt by the emperor Hadrian between AD 118 and about 128, and still used as a church. In more recent times, the...
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pantheon

Originally a temple for worshipping all the gods, such as that in ancient Rome, rebuilt by the emperor Hadrian between AD 118 and about 128, and still used as a church. In more recent times, the name has been used for a building where famous people are buried (as in the Panthéon, Paris). The Pantheon in Rome has an enormous concrete dome spann...
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pantheon

pantheon (păn'thēon", –thēun) , term applied originally to a temple to all the gods. The Pantheon. at Rome was built by Agrippa in 27 B.C., destroyed, and rebuilt in the 2d cent. by Hadrian. Remarkably well preserved, it is mainly of brick with a great hemispherical d...
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pantheon

pantheon 1. A circular temple in Rome that was completed in 27 B.C. and dedicated to all the deities of the world, but which has been used as a Roman Catholic church since A.D. 609.2. All the deities (gods) of a particular religion considered collectively. 3. A monument or public building commemorating the dead heroes of a nation. 4. A group of peo...
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Pantheon

Temple in the Campus Martius at Rome, now the church of Santa Maria della Rotunda. It was built, and most probably designed, by the emperor Hadrian on the site of an earlier temple dedicated to Mars...
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pantheon

[n] - all the gods of a religion 2. [n] - a monument commemorating a nation`s dead heroes 3. [n] - (ancient Greece or Rome) a temple to all the gods
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