陵墓 mausoleum 墓室陵
- mausoleum:  The original mausoleum was a vast marble tomb (one of the seven wonders of the ancient world) erected in 353 BC for Mausolus, king of Caria in Asia Minor by his widow Artemisia. Its architect was Pythius, and its site was at Halicarnassus (now Bodrum in Turkey). Its Greek name was mausōleion, and it passed into English as a generic term for a ‘large tomb’ via Latin mausōlēum.
- mausoleum (n.)
- "magnificent tomb," 1540s, from Latin mausoleum, from Greek Mausoleion, name of the massive marble tomb built 353 B.C.E. at Halicarnassus (Greek city in Asia Minor) for Mausolos, Persian satrap who made himself king of Caria. It was built by his wife (and sister), Artemisia. Counted among the Seven Wonders of the ancient world, it was destroyed by an earthquake in the Middle Ages. General sense of "any stately burial-place" is from c. 1600.
- 1. As Archer rang the bell, the long tinkle seemed to echo through a mausoleum.
- 当阿切尔拉门铃时, 那久久的铃声好似陵墓里的回声.
- 2. The Sun Yat - sen's Mausoleum area is a world - famous scenic spot.
- 中山陵园风景区景色秀美,是享誉海内外的 世界级 景区.
- 3. The number six is a magnificent white marble mausoleum inspired by love.
- 4. So we have a palace here and mausoleum there?
- 5. The Mausoleum of the Yellow Emperor is now a national monument.
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