paarthenan

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paarthenan
Πaaαaaρaaθaaεaaνaaώaaν (yoonaani)
The Parthenon in Athens.jpg
paarthenan
saamaanya vibran
prakaar yoonaani mandir
vaastukala shaili shaastreeya vaastukala
sthaan Athens, yoonaan
vartamaan kiraayedaaron sangrahaalaya
nirmaanakaarya suru 447 BC[1][2]
nirmaan sampann 438 BC[1][2]
dhvast kiya gaya aanshik roop se 26 September 1687 par
svaamitv yoonaani sarkaar
uchaai 13.72 mi (45.0 fut)
praavidhik vivran
aakaar 69.5 × 30.9 mi (228 × 101 fut)
anya aayaam sel: 29.8 × 19.2 mi (98 × 63 fut)
yojana evam nirmaan
vaastukaar iktinos, kallikrates
Other designers fidias (moortikaar)
raat drushya


paarthenan (yoonaani : Πaaαaaρaaθaaεaaνaaώaaν) atheeniyaan ekropolis par ek mandir hai, yuvati ki devi ethena ko samarpit grees, jise Athens ke log apne sanrakshak devata maana jaata hai. atheeniyaan saamraajya apni shakti ki oonchaai par tha, jab iska nirmaan 447 isa poorv mein shuroo hua. bhavan ki sajaavat 432 isa poorv tak jaari raha, haalaanki yeh 438 E.poo. mein poora kiya gaya. yeh praacheen yoonaan ka sabse mahatvapoorn jeevit imaarat hai. iske sajaavati moortiyaan yoonaani kala ke uchch ank mein se kuchh vichaar kar rahe hain. paarthenan praacheen grees, atheeniyaan lokatantr, pashchimi sabhyata ki ek sthaayi prateek ke roop mein maana jaata hai,[3] aur duniya ki sabse badi saanskrutik smaarakon mein se ek. sanskruti yoonaani mantraalaya vartamaan mein aanshik roop se barbaad kar sanrachana ki sthirta sunishchit karne ke liye chuninda bahaali aur punarnirmaan ka ek kaaryakram baahar le ja raha hai.[4]

paarthenan hi itihaasakaaron 480 isa poorv ka faarasi aakraman mein nasht ho gaya tha ki poorv paarthenan ya puraane paarthenan, jo phone ethena, ke ek puraane mandir ki jagah. mandir puraatatv khagol vigyaan hyades ke liye gathabandhan kiya hai.[5] sabse greek mandiron ki tarah, paarthenan ek khajaane ke roop mein istemaal kiya gaya tha.


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  1. a aa Parthenon. Academic.reed.edu. Retrieved on 2013-09-04.
  2. a aa The Parthenon. Ancientgreece.com. Retrieved on 2013-09-04.
  3. Beard, Mary (2010). The Parthenon. Profile Books. pa॰ 118. aai॰aऍsa॰abee॰aऍna॰ 1847650635.
  4. Ioanna Venieri. "Acropolis of Athens". Hellenic Ministry of Culture. http://odysseus.culture.gr/h/3/eh351.jsp?obj_id=2384. abhigman tithi: 2007-05-04.
  5. E. Boutsikas and R. Hannah (February 2012). Aitia, Astronomy and the timing of the Arrhephoria. The Annual of the British School at Athens, pp.1-13.

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