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Definition of Panathenaea

Panathenaea
Panathenaea Pan*ath`e*n[ae]"a, n. pl. [NL., fr. Gr. ?; ?, ?, all + ? Athena.] The most ancient and important festival of Athens, celebrated in honor of Athena, the tutelary goddess of the city.

Meaning of Panathenaea from wikipedia

- The Panathenaic Games (Ancient Gr****: Παναθήναια) were held every four years in Athens in Ancient Greece from 566 BC to the 3rd century AD. These Games...
- (during the annual Lesser Panathenaea) or on the statue of Athena Parthenos in the Parthenon (during the Great Panathenaea, held every four years). Within...
- which was made to be offered to the goddess at another festival, the Panathenaea. Though Hephaestus was involved, the festival's main focus was Athena...
- Plynteria. The peplos pla**** a role in the Athenian festival of the Great Panathenaea. Nine months before the festival, at the arts and crafts festival titled...
- Athena was especially worshipped in this role during the festivals of the Panathenaea and Pamboeotia, both of which prominently featured displays of athletic...
- is consecrated after 9 years of construction. It is dedicated at the Panathenaea (a festival held in honour of Athena every four years on the Acropolis)...
- "Zeno and Parmenides once came [to Athens] for the festival of the Great Panathenaea. Parmenides was already a very old man, white-haired but of distinguished...
- lamp burned in front of it. The centerpiece of the grand feast of the Panathenaea was the replacement of this statue's woolen peplos (a garment) with a...
- represented as descending ad inferos with a small umbrella in his hand. In the Panathenæa, the daughters of the Metics, or foreign residents, carried parasols over...
- the stadium. It hosted the Panathenaic Games (also known as the Great Panathenaea), a religious and athletic festival celebrated every 4 years in honour...
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