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tritaph (s) (noun), tritaphs (pl)
A group of three cists, or chambers, in a prehistoric tomb: The explorers, lead by Sir Alfred, were excited when they discovered the tritaph in the ancient desert tomb they had uncovered.
This entry is located in the following units: tapho-, taph-, -taphia + (page 2) tri-, tre- (page 12) trito-, trit- (page 1)