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apadana

apadana, apadhana. Square porticoed, free-standing hypostyle hall such as that in Persepolis built by Darius I (c. C6–C5 BC). See Achaemenian, Achaemenid.

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Apadāna

Apadāna (part of Pāli canon): see KHUDDAKA-NIKĀYA.

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