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- adj. Of the nature of a pantheon; having the characteristics of a pantheon
from The Century Dictionary and Cyclopedia
- Of the nature of a pantheon; having the characteristics of a pantheon: as, a pantheonic playhouse.
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It was the first to face the logistical problems of inserting concrete Judeo-Christian figures (as opposed to standard Judeo-Christian mores) into what was until then pretty much a liberal humanist (even pantheonic) fictional universe.
Besides these sacred figures which decorated this pantheonic portico, at each of the four gates was one of the four deified bulls in stone, larger than life-size.
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