Fenestella

Fenestella, (52 BC? – AD 19?), Roman historian and encyclopaedic writer, flourished in the reign of Tiberius. If the notice in Jerome is correct, he lived from 52 BC to AD 19 (according to others 35 BC – AD 36). Taking Varro for his model, Fenestella was one of the chief representatives of the new style of historical writing which, in the plac...
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Fenestella

[animal] Fenestella is a genus of bryozoan or moss animal, forming fan–shaped colonies with a netted appearance. It is known from the Middle Ordovician to the early Upper Triassic (Carnian), reaching its largest diversity during the Carboniferous. Many hundreds of species have been described from marine sediments all over the world. == Et...
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fenestella

fenestella 1. An oval or circular opening; to allow light into a dome or a vault. 2. A small opening for holding relics at the south side of an altar in a Roman Catholic church.
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Fenestella

genus of extinct bryozoans, small colonial animals, especially characteristic of the Early Carboniferous Period (360 to 320 million years ago). ...
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Fenestella

In architecture a fenestella is any small window-like opening or recess, especially one used to show the relics within an altar, or the like. The niche at the side of an Altar, containing the piscina, or water-drain into which was poured the water in which the priest washed his hands, and that with which the chalice was rinsed at the celebration of...
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Fenestella

Latin poet and annalist whose lost work, the Annales, apparently contained a valuable store of antiquarian matter as well as historical narrative of ...
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fenestella

recess in church wall for storing communion vessels
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