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Alternative clues for the word stoa

Greek portico

Where Zeno taught

Classical colonnade

Walkway for Plato


Greek architectural feature

Ancient porch

Ancient meeting place

Athens's___of Hadrian

Greek meeting place

Athenian site

Where Zeno of Citium lectured

Ancient temple attachment

Greek promenade

Ancient colonnade

Athenian hub

Ancient gathering spot

Feature of some classical architecture

Ancient gathering place

Old gathering place

Covered walkway

Portico in Greek architecture

Classical meeting place

Classical lecture site

Portico in Athens

Ancient sheltered promenade

Ancient Greek portico

Ancient walkway

Old marketplace surrounder

Ancient Greek walkway

Ancient Greek colonnade

___ of Attalos (Greek museum site)

Feature of some Greek buildings

Greek gathering spot

Site of Zeno's teaching

Athenian porch

Spartan walkway

Greek colonnade

Classic covered walk

Greek walkway

Spartan gathering place

Covered Greek walkway

Athenian colonnade

Old colonnade

Attic promenade

Origin of "stoical"

Sheltered promenade

Where Greek met Greek

Greek porch

Plato's promenade

Where Socrates strolled

Zeno's "classroom"

Meeting place for Zeno's disciples

Kin of a parvis

Meeting place for Zeno

Portico for Zeno

"Classroom" for Zeno

Greek covered walkway

Promenade for Plato

Colonnade of old Hellas

Portico for Plato


Walkway of a sort

Plato's portico

Place for Zeno

Zeno's porch

Portico for Pericles

Colonnade for Plato

Covered walk

Feature of old Greek architecture

Ancient ambulatory

Place to speak Greek

Agora portico

Columned walkway

Athenian portico

Portico for Socrates

Porch for Zeno

Loggia's cousin

Structure for a Stoic

Sight at an agora

Zeno's "Painted Porch," e.g.

Zeno's milieu

Promenade for Pericles

Dixie shop?

Early porch

Zeno's ___ Poikile

Walkway for Pericles

Spot bordering an agora

It has pillars and a wall

Porch for Plato

Spot for Zeno's lessons

Porch in Athens

Portico, Greek style

Promenade in 5 Down

Colonnade of old

___ of Eumenes, at foot of Acropolis

Agora adjunct

Sheltered arcade in Athens

Periclean promenade

Anagram for oats

Where Zeno sowed wild oats?

Ancient portico

Where Stoics spoke

Covered walkway for Plato

Classical porch


Porch for Pericles

Colonnade for Zeno

Portico bordering an agora

Word definitions for stoa in dictionaries

Wiktionary Word definitions in Wiktionary
n. (context architecture English) In Ancient Greece, a walkway with a roof supported by colonnades, often with a wall on one side; a portico.

Douglas Harper's Etymology Dictionary Word definitions in Douglas Harper's Etymology Dictionary
"portico," c.1600, from Greek stoa "colonnade, corridor," from PIE *sta- "to stand" (see stet ). A name given in Athens to several public buildings. The ancient stoa was "usually a detached portico, often of considerable extent, generally near a public...

Wikipedia Word definitions in Wikipedia
A stoa (; plural, stoas , stoai , or stoae ), in ancient Greek architecture , is a covered walkway or portico , commonly for public use. Early stoas were open at the entrance with columns, usually of the Doric order , lining the side of the building; they...

Usage examples of stoa.

Stoic rationalism, in its logical development, is menaced wherever we meet the perception that the course of the world must in some way be helped, and wherever the contrast between reason and sensuousness, that the old Stoa had confused, is clearly felt to be an unendurable state of antagonism that man cannot remove by his own unaided efforts.

But philosophy, particularly in the Stoa, set out in search of this idea, and, after further developments, sought for one special religion with which it could agree or through which it could at least attain certainty.

However, these deviations of his from the doctrines of the Stoa are not merely prompted by Christianity, but rather have already become an essential component of his philosophical theory of the world.

But this applies only to the Middle Stoa of Panaitios which was bent on lessening the contrasts between the schools in favor of a middle way.

Called after the Stoa Poikile in Athens where Zeno taught, Stoicism eventually arrived in Rome.

It was a fantastic structure that looked half like an old Russian cathedral, with spires and onion domes, and half like a pillared stoa in the tradition of the Parthenonwith some Danish modern mixed in.

At Athens he decorated with paintings the portico called the Stoa Poikile, the Temple of the Dioscuri, the Temple of Theseus, and the Pinakotheke on the Akropolis.

Thus in the Stoa Poikile were represented the taking of Troy, the battle of Theseus with the Amazons, the battle of Marathon.

The paintings in the Stoa Poikile were executed by Polygnotos gratuitously, for which service the Athenians rewarded him with the freedom of their city.

I managed to keep my wits enough to yell to Selkine to seek out the security guard in the stoa, then concentrated on running uphill to catch up with Mides.

She and my daughter had gone with the servants to the stoa to be sure they knew their rightful place in the procession tomorrow.

At the stoa when the officials were explaining what your daughters were to do?

Selkine to seek out the security guard in the stoa, then concentrated on running uphill to catch up with Mides.

In other respects, especially in psychology, it is diametrically opposed to the Stoa, though superior.

Tarod stood by the window in his unlit room at the top of the spire, his face expressionless as he watched Cyllan and Drachea creep cautiously along the colonnaded stoa towards the vault door.