Related formsPer·ga·mene [pur-guh-meen] /ˈpɜr gəˌmin/, Per·gam·ic [per-gam-ik] /pərˈgæm ɪk/, adjectivePer·ga·me·ni·an, adjective, noun
Examples from the Web for pergamon
But, if I mistake not, Roman architecture had received an influence from Pergamon long before this event occurred.
Vitruvius, on the other hand (ut supra) makes Ptolemy found the library at Alexandria as a rival to that at Pergamon.
A definite medical school was established at Alexandria and others perhaps at Pergamon and elsewhere.The Legacy of Greece|Various
Next, to the south, was the Library—with stores of papyri worth more perhaps to the world than all the architecture of Pergamon.
The Attalid kings, the founders of Pergamon, cared only for splendid buildings splendidly adorned.