Gazith (גָּזית, hewn, i.e., of squared stones), a place in which the Jewish Sanhedrim sat. It was a building erected of hewn stone after the second temple was finished, half of it being within the court and half within the

chel, and, therefore, half of it was holy and half common. SEE SANHEDRIM; SEE TEMPLE.

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