Naos

• (n.) A term used by modern archaeologists instead of cella. See Cella. • (n.) A term used by modern archaeologists instead of cella. See Cella.
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Naos

(Zeta Puppis) A blue supergiant and the second brightest O star in the sky in terms of apparent magnitude. It is embedded in the Gum Nebula and used to be the Zeta star of Argo Navis (Jason`s vessel Argos) – the Greek naos meaning `ship” – before becoming Zeta i...
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Naos

[shrine] A naos (Greek for temple) was the sanctuary, the innermost chamber, of a Greek temple, in Latin referred to as cella. The word is nowadays used for temple sanctuaries of many ancient cultures. In Egyptian language hieroglyphs, two common versions exist, the oldest starting in the Old Kingdom era, then a common rectangular form from...
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Naos

Na'os noun [ New Latin , from Greek ............ a temple, the cella.] (Architecture) A term used by modern archæologists instead of cella . See Cella .
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naos

naos (nā'os) , inner portion of a Greek temple, enclosed within walls and generally surrounded by colonnaded porticoes. In it stood the statue of the deity to whom the temple was consecrated. The naos was provided with a columned porch, typically only in front (pronaos) but often also at t...
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Naos

Shrine in which divine statues were kept, especially in temple sanctuaries. A small wooden naos was normally placed inside a monolithic one in hard stone; the latter are typical of the Late Period, and sometimes elaborately decorated. Also used as a term for temple sanctuary.
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naos

temple; inner cell of a temple
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