Definition of Odeums
1. odeum [n] - See also: odeum
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Literary usage of Odeums
Below you will find example usage of this term as found in modern and/or classical literature:
1. American Journal of Archaeology by Archaeological Institute of America (1886)
"Aspendos, Side, Perge, Termessos, Sagalassos ; odeums, gymnasiums, public fountains, temples, tombs) ; about 300 new inscriptions, mostly Greek, ..."
2. Ancient Mysteries Described,: Especially the English Miracle Plays, Founded by William Hone (1823)
"Probably it was put up as a suitable illustration to the Gospel of Nit-odeums which Erasmus, when he visited England, saw chained to the pillars of that ..."
3. A General Bibliographical Dictionary by Friedrich Adolf Ebert, Arthur Browne (1837)
"Edited by Sgm. odeums. The text after the Aldine, with alterations. The scholia after the 2nd Junta edition. Very incorrect. 1087 — easdem, gr. (ed. ..."
4. The Works of Xenophon by Xenophon, Henry Graham Dakyns (1890)
"... Hippodamus.3 Here they formed in line, stretching along and filling the street which leads to the temple 1 For the various odeums at Athens vide Prof. ..."