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ἀνώγαιον or ἀνώγεον, τό, (ἄνω, γαῖα) anything raised from the ground: the upper floor of a house, used as a granary, X.An.5.4.29 (s.v.l.), Antiph.312; as a dining-room, Ev.Marc.14.15, Ev.Luc.22.12.

2. prison, Suid. (ἀνώγεον in GDI1581 (Dodona); ἀνάγαιον and ἀνόκαιον are also found in codd., cf. AB405, Suid.)