Opisthodomos



[op-is-thod-uh-muh s, -mos] /ˌɒp ɪsˈθɒd ə məs, -ˌmɒs/

noun, plural opisthodomoses.
1.
Also called posticum. a small room in the cella of a classical temple, as for a treasury.
2.
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