dromos

(from the article `Aegean civilizations`) ...the Shaft Grave Period, perhaps first in Messenia in the 16th century and then in many places in Greece by the middle of the 15th century. The ...
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Dromos

A straight, paved avenue flanked by sphinxes.
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Dromos

charge on the run.
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Dromos

entrance passage or avenue leading to a building, tomb or passageway. Those leading to beehive tombs are enclosed between stone walls and sometimes in-filled between successive uses of the tomb.[22][23] In ancient Egypt the dromos was straight, paved avenue flanked by sphinxes.[22][24]
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