Temenos is a piece of ground surrounding or adjacent to a temple; a sacred enclosure or precinct.
The structure that contains one or more holy shrines are called Temenos. It is one of the concepts unique to Ancient Greece.
Temenos is the name given to the sanctuary surrounded by a wall in ancient Greece.
Temenos is the name given to a sanctuary surrounded by walls where an ancient Greek temple or various religious buildings are located.
The sacred place surrounded by a wall called Prebolos, which includes one or more temples and religious buildings, is called Temenos. Such structures are common in Ancient Greece.
Temenos is a sanctuary surrounded by a wall or an area containing a religious building community. It can be used for such areas in all civilizations; only Islamic structures should be excluded from this.
A temenos is a piece of land cut off and assigned as an official domain, especially to kings and chiefs, or a piece of land marked off from common uses and dedicated to a god, a sanctuary, holy grove or holy precinct.