sekos

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Ancient Greek [Term?]

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sekos (plural sekoi)

  1. (historical) A sacred enclosure, sanctuary or cella in an ancient Greek temple.
    • 1854, Jamees Talboys Wheeler, The geography of Herodotus, page 371:
      In this last-mentioned chamber there is a central doorway, leading to the holy recess, or sekos; and two other doorways also communicate with the two ends of a gallery which runs round the sekos.

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