veterinarium

Literally, horse hospital or baggage animal park, this was the animal station in the Roman camp of Hyginus, which was placed in the praetentura next to the valetudinarium for sick soldiers. This building or area housed the pack animals, mules and oxen, the cavalry mounts, the sacred chickens meant for sacrifice in the principia, in fact every type …...

veterinarium

animal station In the Roman camp of Hyginus, this building was placed in the praetentura next to the valetudinarium for sick soldiers. The word veterinarium is often interpreted as 'horse hospital', though a better translation may be 'baggage animal park'. This building or area housed the pack animals, mules and oxen, the cavalry mounts, the sacred...
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