Pharos

• (n.) A lighthouse or beacon for the guidance of seamen.
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Pharos

(from the article `Alexandria`) ...the Egyptian mainland. An hourglass-shaped promontory formed by the silting up of a mole (the Heptastadium), which was built soon after ...
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Pharos

Pha'ros noun [ Latin , from Greek ..., from ... an island in the Bay of Alexandria, where king Ptolemy Philadelphus built a famous lighthouse.] A lighthouse or beacon for the guidance of seamen. « He . . . built a pharos , or lighthouse.» Arbuthnot.
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pharos

lighthouse or beacon
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Pharos

Pharos (fâr'os) , peninsula, extending into the Mediterranean Sea, N Egypt, NE Africa, forming two harbors at Alexandria. Originally an island, it was joined to the mainland by a mole, constructed by order of Alexander the Great. On Pharos stood the celebrated lighthouse completed (c.280 B....
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