reclusory

reclusory

(rɪˈkluːsərɪ; rɪˈkluːzərɪ)
n, pl -ries
(Architecture) a recluse's dwelling or cell
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Gheorghe," "Izvorul Tamaduirii," "Ziua Crucii," built on the place of an old reclusory (the 9th century).
But equally, the paper evidence points towards a possible onset of production just before and around that major shift in Dygon's 'form of living', retirement from the responsibilities of a secular priest to the reclusory at Sheen.