Peribolos

Pe·rib'o·los noun [ Nl., from Greek ..., from ..., adj., going round, from ... to throw round; confer Latin peribolus .] In ancient architecture, an inclosed court, esp., one surrounding a temple.
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Peribolos

• (n.) In ancient architecture, an inclosed court, esp., one surrounding a temple.
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peribolos

peribolos In ancient architecture, an inclosed court; especially, one surrounding a temple.
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Peribolos

In ancient Greek and Roman architecture, a peribolos was a court enclosed by a wall, especially one surrounding a sacred area such as a temple, shrine, or altar. Peribolos walls (which may also be referred to as temenos walls) were sometimes composed of stone posts and slabs supported by porous sills. Famous examples included: ...
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peribolos

precinct; enclosing wall of a precinct
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