megaron


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meg·a·ron

 (mĕg′ə-rŏn′)
n. pl. meg·a·ra (-ər-ə)
The main hall or central room of a palace or house, especially of Mycenaean Greece, having a pillared porch and a more or less central hearth.

[Greek.]

megaron

(ˈmɛɡəˌrɒn)
n, pl -ra (-rə)
(Archaeology) a tripartite rectangular room containing a central hearth surrounded by four pillars, found in Bronze Age Greece and Asia Minor
[from Greek, literally: hall, from megas large]

megaron

The large, rectangular, main room in a Bronze Age Greek house.
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24-30: Athens, Greece (Megaron Athens International Convention Centre).
Now between the Cyprus Symphony Orchestra and the artistic director of Camerata Stuttgart, Schro[THORN]eder has performed as a soloist and chamber player in musical centres such as the Philharmonie in Berlin, the Concertgebouw Amsterdam, the Vienna Konzerthaus, the Great Performers Series at Lincoln Center New York, the Masters Series in London's Wigmore Hall, at the London Barbican Hall, the Megaron Musikis of Athens and at Teatro Colon in Buenos Aires.
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The event will take place on October 29 and 30, in Athens at the Athens Concert Hall (Megaron, Vass.
Baughan's suggestion that Megaron 3 at Gordion may have included "a couch used for banqueting," dating to "the late ninth century" by the new chronology, thereby constituting "our earliest known physical evidence for the reclining banquet, anywhere," is completely unfounded (p.
His recitals take place at such famous music halls as the Thtre des Champs-Elyses and Paris Philharmonie, Royal Festival Hall in London, Palace of Fine Arts in Brussels, Konzerthaus in Vienna, and Megaron in Athens.
His office has confirmed other engagements include a State dinner, wreath-laying ceremony at the Tomb of the Unknown solider in Athens, a breakfast meeting with Irish and Greek business leaders at the Acropolis Museum and a concert performed by Irish and Greek artists at the Megaron Concert Hall organised by Culture Ireland and the Irish Embassy.
Ahora bien, este cuarto aedo comparte con Femio, su igual de Itaca, dos elementos: a) ambos pueden cantar en espacios abiertos o cerrados, es decir, ora en la plaza publica ([[phrase omitted]], agora), ora en la "sala de hombres" ([[phrase omitted]], megaron), donde los nobles pasan el tiempo hablando, bebiendo y comiendo, cuando la guerra--y por que no las aventuras por tierras desconocidas--no los impulsa al movimiento o al deseo de conocer; y b) ambos se hacen acompanar del instrumento musical mencionado arriba: la citara.
Noel Coward Draw, O Cleon, no megaron flowered, Nor frond ere wolf, nor a gem on Noel Coward!
(2006) "Del megaron al pritaneo: el hogar y la comensalidad en la construccion ideologica de la ciudadania en la Grecia antigua", en D.
The Awards ceremony was held at Megaron Concert Hall on March 16, 2016 in the presence of important members of the Greek entrepreneurial world.
The doors to the megaron have been shut, and the household attendants instructed not to open them for anyone, regardless of the commotion they may hear from within.