There are no internal subdivisions of any kind, nothing which resembles a secos.
They led their visitors through the pronaos and naos to the secos, to the holy of holies.
A niche contrived in the further wall of the naos acted the part of a secos.
But them petrified sons of secos couldn't take in a week's wash.
The vineyards were but partially cultivated, and the secos, or ditches for the irrigation of the land, were entirely dry.
In the latter the tabernacle which stood in the secos was too small to hold anything larger than a statuette or emblem.
The niche must, in fact, have been the secos, or sanctuary properly speaking.
The singing priests drew themselves up before a secos, a square plot of grass surrounded by columns.
My lords,” said the pleasant-looking priest, “this is the secos of the mother of Apis and we are going to show her to you.