A temple dedicated to all the gods; especially, the building so called at Rome.
The collective gods of a people, or a work treating of them; as, a divinity of the Greek pantheon.
A temple dedicated to all gods. Especially one built in Rome (circa 120 AD) by Hadrian which has been used as a church since the 7th century AD.
The name given to the group of gods and goddesses in Olympus.
A collection or group of Gods and Goddesses in a particular religious or mythical structure. Examples are Celtic, Greek, Roman, Norse, etc. See also Magickal Systems.
(1) All the gods of a religion. (2) (antiquity) A temple to all the gods.
A collection or group of Gods and Goddesses in a particular religious or mythical structure, commonly regional i.e. the Greek Pantheon.
temple built in Rome by Emperor Hadrian to honor all the major gods
A religious system composed of deities from a particular society.
The arrangement or hierarchy of deities and spirits within a particular system.
All the gods, collectively as a group.
the set of gods worshipped by a race, to whom they provide mana from worship; each member of the pantheon has a certain percentage of the total pantheon
a group of gods, it is not religion
a set of gods from a common religion or mythology
The major deities in any religious system which make up the supreme life source.
round temple of Ancient Rome with a concrete-encased dome, built about 110AD. More info here
all the gods of a particular religion, people, or nation
the officially recognized gods of a people.
a collection of gods and goddesses in a particular religious or mythical belief system. Some traditions adhere to one pantheon (for example, worship Celtic gods exclusively or Kemetic gods exclusively) while others blend pantheons (worship some Celtic gods, some Kemetic, some Norse, etc.).
Collection or group of Gods and Goddesses in a particular religious or mythical structure. Examples: Greek pantheon, Roman pantheon, Egyptian pantheon, etc.
the totality of deities of any people.
the gods of a people. taken as a group; a temple dedicated to all the gods
A tribe, clan, or race of gods of a common origin.
A pantheon (in Greek, Ï€Î±Î½ – pan — "all" + Î¸ÎµÏŒÏ‚ – theos — "god") is a set of all the gods of a particular religion or mythology, such as the gods of Hinduism, Norse, Egyptian, Greek and Roman mythology.