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What was a pantheon?

The greek pantheon was a "family", so to speak, of gods assembled on Mt. Olympus, or in certain gods cases, else were. It is located in Athens Greece


What does dei omne tempus means?

A temple of all gods


What is a domed temple to all the Roman gods?

Pantheon. (Which is actually a Greek word for the Roman building.)


What is the roman temple to all gods called?

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What is collection of gods and goddesses of a people?

It is a pantheon.Pantheon literally means "temple of all gods."It is usually a set of all the gods of a particular polytheistic religion or mythology.


What was the pantheon first used for?

A pantheon was a temple dedicated to all deities. Normally, temples were dedicated to one or two gods or, rarely, three gods. A pantheon, instead, was dedicated to the all deities. The word is Greek and combines pan (all) and theon (of or for all the gods) which meant a temple of/for all the gods. The Greeks built pantheons and the Romans built pantheons throughout the Roman Empire.


What Revolutionaries in Paris gave the Catholice church this pagan name which means temple for all the gods?

The revolutionaries in Paris referred to the Catholic church as "Pantheon," which means temple for all the gods. This name was given during the French Revolution in the late 18th century as part of the effort to secularize the church and create a space to honor important French figures.


Which word means all the gods in Greek?

Pantheos. pan means all and theos means god. pantheon is temple built in rome in 27 b.c. for "all the gods"


What name is a building used for the worship of gods?

The Greeks built many temples. Usually they were dedicated to one or two gods. One type of temple, the pantheon, was dedicated to all gods. The most famous Greek temple is the Parthenon in Athens.


What temple was dedicated to all gods?

The Pantheon.


What is a temple built to honor gods?

A temple dedicated to all the gods is called a pantheon. The Pantheon in Rome is the finest example of the construction of this type of temple.


Why was the great temple important?

Temples were important in all the ancient religions of all ancient peoples, not just that of the Romans. They were dedicated to a god, two gods, or a trinity of gods. They were the places where the gods were worshipped. A particular kind of temple, the pantheon, was dedicated to all gods.