Prevedi Panteon na: nemački
1. Kod starih Grka i Rimljana: hram posvećen kultu svih bogova;
2. Ranije crkva sv. Genoveve u Parizu, a od 1791 hram časti u kome se sahranjuju veliki i zaslužni Francuzi.
/ pænθiɑːn /
Množina reči pantheon je pantheons.
ETYM Latin pantheon, pantheum, Greek, of all gods; pan all + dios a god: cf. French panthéon. Related to Pan-, and Theism.
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.
Temple to all gods; body of a nation's gods; temple of fame containing remains of nation's great men and women.
Originally a temple for worshiping all the gods, such as that in ancient Rome, rebuilt by the emperor Hadrian ad 118–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 spanning 43.2 m/142 ft.