porticus

porticus

1. Same as portico.
2. A side chapel; common in many Anglo-Saxon churches and usually used for burials of important people.
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In the Claudio-Neronian period, the forum of Conimbriga was equipped with a small curia and its porticus forensis was remodelled.
In the central section (receding towards the western porticus in order to free up space in front of the facade) it houses a hexastyle, pseudoperipteral, Corinthian temple, built of local stone and clad in marble, possibly from Carrara.
Il faut, en outre, tenir compte de ce que la place du forum de Baelo Claudia n'etait en realite bordee que de deux portiques paralleles, ouest et est, sachant que le cote nord etait congu de telle sorte qu'une porticus forensis en n n'y etait pas concevable.
He has participated in the Porticus Scholarship Formation Program for several days each summer, 2012-14, in Warsaw, Vienna, and Rome, respectively, most recently exploring religion and culture in Central and Eastern Europe through film.
For 10 years I was president of the Porticus North American Foundation (which seeks to support the outreach of the Catholic Church in the U.
I shared this with Paul Schotsmans at Catholic University at Leuven who helped me present it to the Stichting Porticus Foundation in Amsterdam.
Est autem Hierosolymis, super Probatica, piscina, quae cognominatur Hebraice Bethsatha, quinque porticus habens.
They disliked seeing the Porticus of Octavia as a fish market in the Ghetto; just as bad was the ground floor of the Theatre of Marcellus which was full of small shops and artisans' workshops.
28) A high wall surrounded the enclosure, which was essentially arranged as a porticus adjoined by a series of five rooms opening onto the south-eastern colonnade.
The Renaissance conceived of the academies, according to the Platonic model, as associations held together by a charismatic head, initiator of the academic activity by virtue of a primacy in the cultivation of common interests: Braccioli for the Accademia Valdarnina, Ficino for the Platonic, Pontano for the Pontaniana, Panormita for the Porticus Antoniana.
Apparently a shrine within the Porticus Liviae; see Littlewood 2006, 186-90.