The same power and self-confidence were displayed in these endeavors as in the palaestra.
And at that moment all the people in the palaestra crowded about us, and, O rare!
Illic columba, dulci malo inebriata Diones, laborabat Cypridis in palaestra.
Here stood a statue of the patron divinity of the palaestra.
Leave the forum, the palaestra, the race-course, and gymnasium?
First there was a court, palaestra, surrounded by a colonnade.
The priests deserted the Temple for the palaestra and the young nobles wore the Greek cap.
Gymnastic relaxation at the palaestra on the Expanse at Hampstead.
Inside a palaestra, the peristyle ought to be laid out as described above.
As such Apollo is κουροτρόφος (“rearer of boys”) and patron of the palaestra.
early 15c., from Old French palestre (12c.), from Latin palaestra, from Greek palaistra "gymnasium, public place for exercise," originally "wrestling school," from palaiein "to wrestle" (of unknown origin) + -tra, suffix denoting place.