Definition for PAN-THE'ON

PAN-THE'ON, n. [Gr. πας, παν, all, and Θεος, God.]

A temple or magnificent edifice at Rome, dedicated to all the gods. It is now converted into a church. It was built or embellished by Agrippa, son-in-law to Augustus, is of a round or cylindrical form, with a spherical dome, and 144 feet in diameter. Encyc.

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