noun, plural pa·laes·tras, pa·laes·trae [puh-les-tree] /pəˈlɛs tri/.
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noun, plural pa·les·tras, pa·les·trae [puh-les-tree] /pəˈlɛs tri/. Greek Antiquity.
Origin of palestra
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The two rooms at the west end (5 and 6) were added at the expense of the Palaestra, probably at the time of the rebuilding.
The weakling never appeared in the Palaestra, which even the great Mark Antony did not disdain to visit.Cleopatra, Complete|Georg Ebers
First there was a court, palaestra, surrounded by a colonnade.
An Ionic capital found here possibly belonged to the palaestra.
Sceparnio, looking off-stage, spies Ampelisca and Palaestra tossed about in a boat.The Dramatic Values in Plautus|Wilton Wallace Blancke