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adytum: plan of a Roman temple, showing the adytum at A
1. The inner shrine of a temple reserved for the priests.
2. The most sacred part of a place of worship.
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In a detailed study of the temple in Slim (DaM 5: 9-38) Freyberger surveys the three different kinds of adytons that existed in Roman Syria and shows that they were already extant in later Hellenistic-Early Augustine times.