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pantheon in Religion topic

From Longman Dictionary of Contemporary Englishpantheonpan‧the‧on /ˈpænθiən $ -θiɑːn/ noun [countable]  1 RRall the gods of a particular people or nation the Roman pantheon2 literaryGROUP OF PEOPLE a group of famous and important peoplepantheon of a leading figure in the pantheon of 20th-century artists3 AARa religious building that is built in honour of all gods
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pantheonLouise had many alliances, a pantheon of friends.A Celtic pantheon of gods whirled about my head, and I may have got them a bit mixed up here.This goddess survived little changed into the classical pantheon.How far the other goddesses in the Minoan pantheon were separate independent deities is very hard to tell.a great album that guarantees her place in the pantheon of jazz singersAndrews again in 1978, and Nicklaus won again, the townspeople decided that he had earned his place in the pantheon.Given the hate-love appeal of the Cowboys, the audience could move into the pantheon of the 10 most-watched games.What are the rules of admission to the pantheon?Tech-Green had mourned his passing with hysterical fervour; no one had replaced him in their pantheon.