Definition of Eikones

1. eikon [n] - See also: eikon



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Lexicographical Neighbors of Eikones

eighty-sixth
eighty-third
eighty-three
eighty-two
eightyfold
eightyish
eigne
eik
eiked
eikenella
eikenella corrodens
eiking
eikon
eikonal
eikonalized
eikones (current term)
eikonometer
eikons
eikosane
eikosylene
eiks
eild
eilding
eildings
eilds
eiloid
eimeria
eimeria tenella
eimeriina
eina

Literary usage of Eikones

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1. A History of Classical Scholarship: From the Sixth Century B.C. to the End by John Edwin Sandys (1906)
"In his eikones he professes to give a description of sixty-four pictures in a ... One of the imitators of the eikones of Philostratus II was his grandson, ..."

2. The Encyclopaedia Britannica: “a” Dictionary of Arts, Sciences, Literature edited by Hugh Chisholm (1911)
"There éditions of the eikones by Schenkl and ... Critical works on the eikones arc numerous: K. Friederichs, ..."

3. The Expositor edited by Samuel Cox, William Robertson Nicoll, James Moffatt (1905)
"When the earth dried again after the flood, Jupiter bade Prometheus and Athena make images (eikones) of mud, and he caused the winds to breathe on the ..."

4. The Cities of St. Paul: Their Influence on His Life and Thought : the Cities by William Mitchell Ramsay (1908)
"When the earth dried again after the Flood, Jupiter bade Prometheus and Athena make images (eikones) of mud, and he caused the winds to breathe on the ..."

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