Also Pan·ath·e·nae·an [pan-ath-uh-nee-uh n] /ˌpæn æθ əˈni ən/.

Origin of Panathenaic

1595–1605; panathena(ea) + -ic Unabridged Based on the Random House Unabridged Dictionary, © Random House, Inc. 2018

Examples from the Web for panathenaic

Historical Examples of panathenaic

  • The occasion was a horse-race at the great Panathenaic festival.

  • Prototype, a procession to Eleusis or elsewhere: the Panathenaic, possibly.



  • I began my statuette hoping that it might figure in the Panathenaic procession.


    Vicente Blasco Ibez

  • The two principal ones were called Canephoræ, because they carried baskets in the Panathenaic procession.


    Lydia Maria Child

  • The model for these was doubtless taken from the basket-bearing maidens of the Panathenaic procession, the Canephor.

    History of Ancient Art

    Franz von Reber