Definition of adytum in English:
noun (plural adyta-tə)
The innermost sanctuary of an ancient Greek temple.
- In the adytum was generally to be found a tomb or sacred images.
- The most famous adytum in Greece was in the temple of Apollo at Delphi.
- They were descending the tapestries of the oratory walls or scuttling beneath the arrases that screened off the adyta behind the idol.
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