Treasury - Vine's Expository Dictionary of New Testament Words
Treasury[ 1,,G1049, gazophulakion ]
from gaza, a treasure," phulake, "a guard," is used by Josephus for a special room in the women's court in the Temple in which gold and silver bullion was kept. This seems to be referred to in John 8:20; in Mark 12:41 (twice), Mark 12:43; Luke 21:1 it is used of the trumpet-shaped or ram's-horn-shaped chests, into which the temple offerings of the people were cast. There were 13 chests, six for such gifts in general, seven for distinct purposes.
[ 2,,G2878, korbanas ]
signifying "the place of gifts," denoted the Temple "treasury," Matthew 27:6. See CORBAN.