Adytum
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Webster's Revised Unabridged Dictionary
(n.) The innermost sanctuary or shrine in ancient temples, whence oracles were given. Hence: A private chamber; a sanctum.
International Standard Bible Encyclopedia
ADYTUM

ad'-i-tum (Latin from Greek aduton, adjective adutos, "not to be entered"): Applied to the innermost sanctuary or chambers in ancient temples, and to secret places which were open only to priests: hence, also to the Holy of Holies in the Jewish temple.

See TEMPLE.

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Of the Sedition Excited at Alexandria, and How George was Slain.
... In the process of clearing it, an adytum [467] of vast depth was discovered which
unveiled the nature of their heathenish rites: for there were found there the ...
/.../chapter ii of the sedition excited.htm

The Mystic Meaning of the Tabernacle and Its Furniture.
... [3023] Further, the mystic name of four letters which was affixed to those alone
to whom the adytum was accessible, is called Jave, which is interpreted, "Who ...
/.../clement/the stromata or miscellanies/chapter vi the mystic meaning of.htm

The Greek Philosophy in Great Part Derived from the Barbarians.
... with the prophets of the Egyptians; as also Pythagoras did with the same persons,
by whom he was circumcised, that he might enter the adytum and learn from the ...
/.../clement/the stromata or miscellanies/chapter xv the greek philosophy in.htm

The Life, Education, and Training of Julian, and his Accession to ...
... I have also heard that one day Julian descended into a most noted and terrific adytum,
[1363] either for the purpose of participating in some initiation, or of ...
/.../the ecclesiastical history of sozomenus/chapter ii the life education and.htm

Violent Death and Triumph of George, Bishop of Alexandria. The ...
... church of Alexandria. While George was clearing the ground, in order to
erect a house of prayer, an adytum was discovered. In it ...
/.../chapter vii violent death and triumph.htm

General Index to Socrates' Ecclesiastical History.
... Adrianople, battle of, [30]117. Adultery, peculiar punishment of, in Rome,
[31]127. Adytum of the Mithreum cleared, [32]79. AĆ«tius ...
/.../general index to socrates ecclesiastical.htm

The Yoke of Jesus.
... They never go beyond the porch of the temple; they are not sure whether there be
any adytum, and they do not care to go in and see: why indeed should they? ...
//christianbookshelf.org/macdonald/hope of the gospel/the yoke of jesus.htm

The Divine Word
... For the Word in the letter is like the adytum [sanctum] in the midst of a temple
covered with a veil, within which lie deposited mysteries of heavenly wisdom ...
/.../swedenborg/spiritual life and the word of god/part fourththe divine word.htm

Self-Denial.
... God is to it also All-in-all"till we have left it quite empty of our will and our
regard, and God has come into it, and made it"not indeed an adytum, but a ...
//christianbookshelf.org/macdonald/unspoken sermons/self-denial.htm

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Adytum
... temples, whence oracles were given. Hence: A private chamber; a sanctum. Int.
Standard Bible Encyclopedia. ADYTUM. ad'-i-tum (Latin from ...
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Aedias

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Advocating (1 Occurrence)

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Holies (23 Occurrences)
... qodhashim, Exodus 26:33, debhir, 1 Kings 6:16, etc.; in the New Testament, hagia
hagion, Hebrews 9:3): The name given to the innermost shrine, or adytum of the ...
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Holy (1097 Occurrences)
... qodhashim, Exodus 26:33, debhir, 1 Kings 6:16, etc.; in the New Testament, hagia
hagion, Hebrews 9:3): The name given to the innermost shrine, or adytum of the ...
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