Antechamber


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Antechamber

A room that serves both as a waiting area as well as an entrance to a larger room.

antechamber

1. A room preceding a chamber.
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34) Accordingly, in the antechamber the artist(s) juxtaposed the images of a host and a hostess in a strictly symmetrical manner.
The plinth of north porch, porch, antechamber floors as well as the outside large plinth expensive marble stone was used, some parts are very precious.
But The Antechamber is not merely about optical illusion.
But as so often is the case in Cappadocia, the pigeon house was an afterthought, belatedly hacked into the antechamber of a medieval church.
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Twenty years ago, the Federal Council wanted to put us in the European Economic Area (EEA), the antechamber of the EU, assuring us that the bilateral approach was impossible.
Type A: Hypogea with sub-rectangular or sub-square antechamber and a subterranean sub-circular funerary chamber.
Four limestone pillars with hieroglyphic inscriptions mark the entrance to the antechamber of Princess Shert Nebti''s tomb.
Egypt's antiquities minister Mohamed Ibrahim said: "We have discovered the antechamber to Princess Shert Nebti's tomb which contains four limestone pillars.
The Czech team also excavated a corridor in the southeast of the antechamber, which leads off to four other tombs, two of which have already been discovered separately.
On the left there is a huge portal leading into a rectangular antechamber to the royal hall.
Over the period of the past two years, Sam and his capital lawyer have made 36 visits to the Larnaca Assizes (courthouse) at a fixed cost of e1/4500 a time to Sam where, on half of them, his case was deferred to a future date after sitting all morning in an antechamber waiting to be called.