noun Par·the·non \ˈpär-thə-ˌnän\

Definition of Parthenon

  1. :  a Doric temple of Athena built on the acropolis at Athens in the fifth century b.c.

Origin and Etymology of parthenon

Latin, from Greek Parthenōn

First Known Use: 1776

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