cubiculum


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cubiculum

(kjuːˈbɪkjʊləm)
n, pl -la (-lə)
(Historical Terms) an underground burial chamber in Imperial Rome, such as those found in the catacombs
[C19: from Latin: cubicle]
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I wanted the horses out early, this morning, and I stole up to Tom's cubiculum there, over the stables, and there I heard him holding a meeting by himself; and, in fact, I haven't heard anything quite so savory as Tom's prayer, this some time.
In Paladino's white cubiculum, or bedroom, a figure stares at the wall, seemingly looking away from the plaster casts of Vesuvius' victims.
Her fine editions of the monophonic Ave mater salvatoris and the two-voice Quam felix cubiculum, enhanced by analysis founded in contemporary theological allegory, inspired me to find her dissertation ("Devotion to the Virgin Mary in Twelfth-Century Aquitanian Versus [Ph.
79,7 und 8): Cubiculum ingressus cum fratre lectum petii; & opipare epulatus, ardensque tentigine, me totum voluptatibus ingurgitavi.
The purpose of this lot services cover the design and installation of sets for the reconstruction of the house Gailhan, structural assembly reconstituting a typical house of the time; the realization of the frescoes and decorations Cubiculum Brignon according to a scientific approach to known and mastered Roman techniques; the design and installation of flooring Terrazzo in the grip of the reconstruction of the Villa Roma.
Villa Farnesina, Cubiculum D, right wall, Rome, National Museum of the Terme, inv.
Petrarch's own use of private retreats, the cubiculum, and his solitary reading practices reflect his adoption of Carthusian monasticism, and its influence on the evolution of private space in the medieval house.
Consolationem ergo hanc praecipuam expectabat, ut intra cubiculum suum, quando in Ecclesia non licebat, solemnia missarum cantari audiret et, tanquam supremum vale, cum fratribus ageret.