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πάν-θειος , ον,
A.of or common to all gods, “τελετήOrph.H.54.7, al.
II. Subst. Πάνθειος , , all-embracing divinity, IG42(1).549, 550 (Epid.).
b. (sc. μήν) a month in Lesbos, etc., Supp.Epigr.3.710.3 (ii B. C.), etc.
2. πανθεία, , name of a plaster, Orib.Fr.46.
3. Πάνθειον (sc. ἱερόν), τό, temple or place consecrated to all gods, Arist.Mir.834a12; esp. the Pantheon at Rome, D.C.53.27: metaph., τὸ τῶν πλανητῶν π. Arist.Fr.18, cf. Ph.1.483.
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