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  • n. A mass grave

from The Century Dictionary and Cyclopedia

  • n. In Greek antiquity and archaeology, a monument or a burial inclosure provided by the state for a number of men, usually for those of its citizens who had fallen in a battle.

Etymologies

From Ancient Greek πολυάνδριον (poluandrion). (Wiktionary)

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