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1) temple, edifice of worship. The Columbia Encyclopedia, Sixth Edition. 2001
...II. In the developed structural temples of Egypt a doorway, flanked by monumental towers or pylons, led to an unroofed open court, generally surrounded on three sides...

2) The Negro Singer by James D. Corrothers. James Weldon Johnson, ed. 1922. The Book of American Negro Poetry
...in marvelous hours, When Hera s gardens gleamed, or Cynthia s bowers, Or Hope s red pylons, in their far, hushed place! But I shall dig me deeper to the gold; Fetch...

3) Egyptian architecture. The Columbia Encyclopedia, Sixth Edition. 2001
...a distinct type. The doorway in the massive facade is flanked by great sloping towers, or pylons, in front of which obelisks and colossal statues were often placed....

4) I. Origins and Youth. Thayer, William Roscoe. 1919. Theodore Roosevelt
...in the flocks of aquatic fowl than in the half-buried temples of Dendera or the obelisks and pylons of Karnak. He even makes no mention of the Pyramids, but records...

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