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Lexicographical Neighbors of Dipteros
Literary usage of Dipteros
Below you will find example usage of this term as found in modern and/or classical literature:
1. The Life of the Greeks and Romans: Described from Antique Monuments by Ernst Karl Guhl, W. Koner (1902)
"The temple of Venus and Roma, however, to •which we shall have to return (§ 66), undoubtedly showed the essential characteristics of the pseudo-dipteros ..."
2. Ancient Athens: Its History, Topography, and Remains by Thomas Henry Dyer (1873)
"... or encased in the wall ; and it was partially ruined by the Carthaginians before it had been completed.1 The Olympium at Athens was dipteros ..."
3. The Parthenon, an essay on the mode by which lightwas introduced into Greek by James Fergusson (1883)
"He then goes on to say: " The dipteros is ... dipteros autem ... reliqua omnia eadem habet quae dipteros, ..."
4. The Lamp by Charles Scribner's Sons (1904)
"On the occasion of a restoration of it in the third century BC, the inner line of columns was left out, which made of it a pseudo- dipteros temple, ..."
5. The Topography and Antiquities of Rome: Including Recent Discoveries Made by Richard Burgess (1831)
"... one row on the flanks, the temple becomes of that class called pseudo-dipteros. But as there were two fronts of uniform construction, ..."