amphiprostyle /amˈfɪprəstʌɪl/

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(of a classical building) having a portico at each end but not at the sides.
– origin early 18th cent.: via Latin from Greek amphiprostulos, from amphi- ‘both, on both sides’ + prostulos ‘having pillars in front’ (see prostyle).

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