There are only two women interred at the Panthéon, and only one who got there on her own merits.
But neither this nor the Panthéon elucidation constitutes its sole application.
I am sure it is the Panthéon--and to the right, far away, I see a town!
Thus the Panthéon, like Montmartre, fell almost without a struggle.
It seems to realise its own ugliness and tries to conceal itself behind the Panthéon.
Victor Hugo, whose genius recalled the elder glory of French literature, now sleeps in the Panthéon.
They were sent on to the Panthéon, which had been transformed into a dead-house; and no attention was paid to Frederick.
Many groups had not yet left the Arc de Triomphe when the head of the procession reached the Panthéon.
In a few moments he discovered that the tracks turned off between two high-pitched roofs towards the Panthéon.
She insisted on driving to the Panthéon instead of going home, but to Belinda the night seemed long and dull.
c.1300, from Pantheon, name of a temple for all the gods built in Rome c.25 B.C.E. by Agrippa (since 609 C.E. made into the Christian church of Santa Maria Rotonda), from Greek Pantheion (hieron) "(shrine) of all the gods," from pantheion, neuter of pantheios, from pan- "all" (see pan-) + theios "of or for the gods," from theos "god" (see Thea). Sense of any group of exalted persons is first found 1590s.