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EXAMPLES FROM THE WEB FOR ACROPOLIS

But he entered the Acropolis a conqueror,” says our Scribe; “he won the battle.

He turned him back, and led him without further delay into the acropolis.

As it chanced, the senate of the Athenians was holding a session on the Acropolis.

He had made love to her, there on the Acropolis, at sunset, as she had said.

He distinctly says that before the time of Theseus, the Acropolis was the city.

Did Pausanias mention it in his description of the Acropolis?

Here we are,” he said cheerily, “and just as safe as though we were in the Acropolis at Athens.

It had no walls, but its acropolis was covered with temples.

And these made insurrection with Peisistratos and obtained possession of the Acropolis.

The theatre at the base of the Acropolis was consecrated to Bacchus.

MORE RELATED WORDS FOR ACROPOLIS

castle

nounmagnificent home, often for royalty
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