Judgment hall

a hall where courts are held.

See also: Judgment

Webster's Revised Unabridged Dictionary, published 1913 by G. & C. Merriam Co.
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The Roman guards who arrested Jesus in the Garden of Gethsemane and brought him bound into the judgment hall of the high priest had been issued no lawful warrant.
The liturgies for Holy Week draw us into the upper room, to Gethsemane, the judgment hall, to a hill called Calvary, and to the garden.
With names like "Sun Alter," "Hell's Kitchen," "Cave of Silence" and "Judgment Hall of Pluto," the caves of Lost River Gorge do much to spark the imagination of visitors.
We want no condescending saviours To rule us from their judgment hall. We workers ask not for their favours Let us consult for all!
This is the route taken by Jesus from Pilate's judgment hall to his crucifixion, and has been changed several times over the centuries.
The "City" features an unbelievable state-of-the-art virtual-reality theater as well as a gigantic sculpture of the archangel Michael crushing the head of Satan, a Gothic chapel/TV studio and art gallery, a historical re-creation of Pontius Pilate's judgment hall, plus a walking tour along a re-creation of the Via Dolorosa, where you follow in the footsteps of Christ as he carried the cross to Golgotha.