noun বিশেষ্য পদ

Acropolis meaning in assamese

acropolis

  • Pronunciation

    /əˈkɹɒpəlɪs/

  • Definition

    the citadel in ancient Greek towns

    প্ৰাচীন গ্ৰীক চহৰসমূহৰ দুৰ্গ

noun বিশেষ্য পদ

Acropolis meaning in assamese

acropolis

  • Definitions

    1. A promontory (usually fortified with a citadel) forming the hub of many Grecian cities, and around which many were built for defensive purposes before and during the classical period; compare Acropolis.

    বহুতো গ্ৰীক চহৰৰ কেন্দ্ৰবিন্দু গঠন কৰা এটা প্ৰমন্টৰী (সাধাৰণতে দুৰ্গৰে দুৰ্গযুক্ত) আৰু যাৰ চাৰিওফালে বহুতো ধ্ৰুপদী যুগৰ আগতে আৰু সেই সময়ত প্ৰতিৰক্ষামূলক উদ্দেশ্যে নিৰ্মাণ কৰা হৈছিল; এক্ৰ'পলিছৰ তুলনা কৰক।

  • Examples:
    1. The Etruscans, then, appear in general as an industrious people ( φιλότεχνον ἔθνος), of a bold and lofty spirit of enterprise, which was greatly favoured by their priestly aristocratic constitution. Massive walls, mostly of irregular blocks, surround their cities (not merely their acropoleis); the art of protecting the country from inundations by the construction of canals, and outlets from lakes, was very zealously practised by them.