Muniment room


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that room in a cathedral, castle, or other public building, which is used for keeping the records, charters, seals, deeds, and the like.
- Gwilt.

See also: Muniment

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It would be a great idea to use it as a muniment room as we have a huge archive of material which is stored in various locations.
Together they crystallise the Cornforth method of abstracting the telling quotation, as often from an obscure but published secondary source as from the muniment room, and placing it alongside an unexpected illustration.
Mr Demodowicz also wants to open the rarely seen "gothic style" Muniment Room to the public.