sacellum

The sacellum was the chapel and shrine, which was located on the cardo decumanus close to the geometric centre of the camp, this building was visible through the portals of the principia at the terminus of the via praetoria as soon as one entered through the main gates. This was an important building to the Romans as it was the only internal buildi…...
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Sacellum

In ancient Roman religion, a sacellum is a small shrine. The word is a diminutive from sacer (`belonging to a god`). The numerous sacella of ancient Rome included both shrines maintained on private properties by families, and public shrines. A sacellum might be square or round. Varro and Verrius Flaccus describe sacella in ways that at first see.....
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Sacellum

• (n.) A small monumental chapel in a church. • (n.) An unroofed space consecrated to a divinity.
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Sacellum

Sa·cel'lum noun ; plural Sacella . [ Latin , dim. of sacrum a sacred place.] (a) (Rom. Antiq.) An unroofed space consecrated to a divinity. (b) (Eccl.) A small monumental chapel in a church. Shipley.
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Sacellum

In Roman architecture, a sacellum was an unroofed space consecrated to a divinity. Later the name was taken for a small monumental chapel in a Christian church.
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sacellum

sacellum 1. A small monumental chapel in a church. 2. An unroofed space consecrated to a divinity.
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sacellum

shrine in a fort's headquarters building
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