Propylaea   - in ancient sources @

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  Propylaea   - the gateway to the Acropolis at Athens
Wikipedia entry
Athen_14.652   ries, & Of honey, of the Propylaea, and of figs; & Now the
Philoch_36   ies [36] & HARPOCRATION & This Propylaea: . . . Philochoru
Polyaen_8.45.1   of her erected in the Propylaea of the Acropolis a stat
Simonid_6.343   "on the left as you enter the Propylaea " see Herodotus,
ValMax_3.1e.1   of the city built the Propylaea of Minerva - that is,

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