OTHER WORDS FROM PentelicusPen·tel·ic, Pen·tel·i·can, adjective
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How to use Pentelicus in a sentence
Water is brought from Mount Pentelicus on the north-east, the aqueduct begun by Hadrian being utilized in supplying the city.
The marble quarries gleam white on the long flanks of Mount Pentelicus, and the great range of Parnes leads on to galeos.The Near East|Robert Hichens
This was a temple dedicated to the goddess Minerva, and was built of the hard white marble of Pentelicus.
In the afternoon they rambled to the village of Viana—old Marathon—picturesquely situated at the foot of Pentelicus.Celebrated Women Travellers of the Nineteenth Century|W. H. Davenport Adams
Or does there exist in Paros or in Pentelicus such marble as this,—warm, rosy, and full of love?Quo Vadis|Henryk Sienkiewicz