noun Classical Antiquity.
Origin of baetyl
Related formsbae·tyl·ic [bee-til-ik] /biˈtɪl ɪk/, adjective
Examples from the Web for baetyl
It has been suggested that this pit was made to hold the base of the cult-object, whether it was a baetyl or an idol.
At the foot of one of the trilithons was found a baetyl 51 inches in height, now in the museum at Valletta.
This pillar can hardly be anything but a baetyl, or sacred stone.