Lyceum

The lyceum is a category of educational institution defined within the education system of many countries, mainly in Europe. The definition varies between countries; usually it is a type of secondary school. ==History== `Lyceum` is a Latin rendering of the Ancient Greek Λύκειον (`Lykeion`), the name of a gymnasium in Classical Athens de...
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lyceum

[n] - a public hall for lectures and concerts
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Lyceum

• (n.) A house or apartment appropriated to instruction by lectures or disquisitions. • (n.) A higher school, in Europe, which prepares youths for the university. • (n.) An association for debate and literary improvement. • (n.) A place of exercise with covered walks, in the suburbs of Athens, where Aristotle taught philosophy.L...
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lyceum

noun a public hall for lectures and concerts
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Lyceum

(Athens) Ancient Athenian gymnasium and garden, with covered walks, where the philosopher Aristotle taught. It was southeast of the city and named after the nearby temple of Apollo Lyceus
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Lyceum

[Alexandria, Virginia] The Lyceum is a historic structure in Alexandria, Virginia. It was built in 1839, and has been listed on the National Register of Historic Places since May 27, 1969. It was built primarily as a lecture hall, and served as a hospital during the American Civil War; post-war, it became a house, and later served as an off...
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Lyceum

[software] ==History== Lyceum was first made public in February 2006. It originally began in mid-2005, and development is synchronous with WordPress. As of March 2009, Lyceum was based on an old version of WordPress and was inactive while the developer considered whether or not to resume development. In May 2010, its maintainer John Bachir ...
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Lyceum

[synchronous CMC software] Lyceum is a synchronous computer-mediated communication (CMC) software which allows groups of people to speak to one another in real time over the Internet using Voice over IP conferencing. Lyceum was developed at the Open University in the UK and was introduced into language tutorials in 2002. It also offers an i...
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Lyceum

Ly·ce'um noun ; plural English Lyceums , Latin Lycea . [ Latin lyceum , Greek ..., so named after the neighboring temple of ... ... Apollo the wolf slayer, probably from ... belonging to a wolf, fr ... wolf. See Wolf .] 1. A place of exercise with covered wa...
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Lyceum

Ancient Athenian gymnasium and garden, with covered walks, where the philosopher Aristotle taught. It was southeast of the city and named after the nearby temple of Apollo Lyceus. ...
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Lyceum

Athenian school founded by Aristotle in 335 in a grove sacred to Apollo Lyceius. Owing to his habit of walking about the grove while lecturing his ... [5 related articles]
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Lyceum

London theatre situated in Wellington Street, near the Strand. It was opened 1809 (rebuilt 1834) and in 1878-1902, under the management of Henry Irving, saw many of the...
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lyceum

lyceum (līsē'um, lī'–) , 19th-century American association for popular instruction of adults by lectures, concerts, and other methods. Lyceum groups were concerned with the dissemination of information on the arts, sciences, history, and public affairs. The National A...
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Lyceum

Lyceum (līsē'um) , gymnasium near ancient Athens. There Aristotle taught; hence the extension of the term lyceum to Aristotle's school of philosophers, the Peripatetics.
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lyceum

school of philosophical instruction
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