Pryt`a*ne"um (?), n. [L., fr. Gr. , fr. prytanis.] Gr. Antiq.

A public building in certain Greek cities; especially, a public hall in Athens regarded as the home of the community, in which official hospitality was extended to distinguished citizens and strangers.

 

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