Definition of Jupiter Tonans
1. Noun. An epithet for Jupiter.
Lexicographical Neighbors of Jupiter Tonans
Literary usage of Jupiter Tonans
Below you will find example usage of this term as found in modern and/or classical literature:
1. The Society of Artists of Great Britain, 1760-1791; the Free Society of by Algernon Graves (1907)
"297 The remains of the Temple of Jupiter Tonans; Drawing. 298 The remains of the Temple of Jupiter Tonans, another view; Drawing. 299 Remains of the Temple ..."
2. The Antiquarian (1871)
"But the Times, ''Jupiter Tonans,'' has lately sent down a literary storm upon the ... Jupiter tonans, ought to be able to discern that even pic-nics, ..."
3. A Classical Tour Through Italy, An. MDCCCII by John Chetwode Eustace (1817)
"The temples of Concord and of Jupiter Tonans, on the Clivus Capitolinus, have also been ... Jupiter Tonans ..."
4. Error's Chains: How Forged and Broken. A Complete, Graphic, and Comparative by Frank Stockton Dobbins, Samuel Wells Williams, Isaac Hollister Hall (1883)
"The deity smiled, and said that his weapons might thus be averted, and promised a sign at sun-rise the following morning. Jupiter Tonans. ..."
5. A Description of the Antiquities and Other Curiosities of Rome: From by Edward Burton (1828)
"... in all twenty-four: but he probably was not aware, that Vitruvius says, that the Temple of Jupiter Tonans had a portico of thirty columns. ..."