Latin, meaning: room, store-room, garret
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A cella (from Latin for small chamber) or naos (from the Greek ναός, `temple`), is the inner chamber of a temple in classical architecture, or a shop facing the street in domestic Roman architecture (see domus). Its enclosure within walls has given rise to extended meanings, of a hermit`s or monk`s cell, and since the 17th century, of a bi...
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Yup`ik Eskimo Peoples use the word `Cella` (also ella, cilla) to refer to the world, universe, environment, awareness, senses, mood, outdoors and weather. Cella is one of many Yup`ik words that refers to many singular things defined in the English language. However, by having several similar things represented by one word, the...
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the inner chamber of a temple in classical architecture
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inner chamber of a classical temple
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• (n.) The part inclosed within the walls of an ancient temple, as distinguished from the open porticoes.
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in Classical architecture, the body of a temple (as distinct from the portico) in which the image of the deity is housed. In early Greek and Roman ... [3 related articles]
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inner shrine of a temple
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This was the room of a temple which contained the statue of the divinity. Also a storehouse.
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[ Latin ] (Architecture)
The part inclosed within the walls of an ancient temple, as distinguished from the open porticoes.
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(Latin) rectangular room in a Roman temple that could hold cult statues of the gods.
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cella (sel'u) , the portion of a Roman temple that was enclosed within walls, as distinct from the open colonnaded porticoes that formed the rest of it. It corresponds to the naos in Greek temples. The cella housed the statue of the deity to whom the temple was dedicated and was also used as a t...
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Type: Term Pronunciation: sel′ă, sel′ē Definitions: 1. A room or cell.
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In architecture, a cella (also known as a cell) is the part enclosed within the walls of an ancient temple, as distinguished from the open porticoes.
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Latin term for the great hall of a temple in which stood the generally colossal cult statue of the deity. The inner shrine of a Roman temple, edged in many cases by a colonnade or AMBULATORY.
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