See also: pantheon and panthéon
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From Ancient Greek Πάνθειον ‎(Pántheion, a temple of all gods), neuter of πανθείος ‎(pantheíos, of or common to all gods), from πᾶν ‎(pân, all, everything), neuter of πᾶς ‎(pâs, all, the whole) + θείος ‎(theíos, of or for the gods), from θεός ‎(theós, god)

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Pantheon

  1. The circular Roman temple dedicated to all the gods in 27 BC in Rome. Since the 7th century AD reconsecrated by Christians and dedicated to their single god.

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