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.
When Anselm, like Augustine before him, temporarily diverts his attention from his familiar preoccupations and is drawn into the most intimate of his inner spaces, the bedchamber of his true intelligence (in cubiculum mentis; Mt.
In Paladino's white cubiculum, or bedroom, a figure stares at the wall, seemingly looking away from the plaster casts of Vesuvius' victims.
ego gymnasi fui flos, ego eram decus olei: mihi ianuae frequentes, mihi limina tepida, mihi floridis corollis redimita domus erat, linquendum ubi esset orto mihi Sole cubiculum. I was the flower of the gymnasium; I used to be the pride of the wrestling ring.
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.D.
C.--durante la excavacion de un posible cubiculum (Uribe et al., 2011: 246-253), que se articula en un zocalo moteado con gotas y manchas, seguido de una zona media en la que se suceden paneles de distintos colores separados por filetes.
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.
En lo que respecta a la funcionalidad de la habitacion, se establecio la hipotesis de que la estancia donde fueron halladas estas pinturas pudo ser un cubiculum o parte del mismo--camara o antecamara-.
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.