34), and is charged with the care of pilgrims. There are no doorkeepers or singers, who begin to appear circ. A.D.
The claim was refused, but on the 9th, through the inadvertence of the doorkeepers, Prynne, Annesly and Hungerford succeeded in taking their seats.
The personnel of the temple was completed by various subordinate officials, doorkeepers, attendantsand slaves.
We find therefore no trace of a sacrificial priesthood, but each temple had one or more doorkeepers (sadin, hajib), whose office was usually hereditary in a certain family and who had the charge of the temple and its treasures.