sacrarium


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sacrarium

sacrarium: Pompeii
Any consecrated place, in Roman or medieval architecture; a shrine, a chapel, or a sacristy for keeping liturgical objects.
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That might seem a significant limitation, but it really isn't here: the life itself, and Pugin's world, are so rewardingly depicted that it is worth reading even if you can't tell a sacrarium from a chamber pot.
Incluso Mitra es invocado como fautor imperii sui, al que en el 307 en Carnuntum los religiosissimi Diocleciano, Galerio y Licinio dedicaron un sacrarium (CIMRM, II, 1698).
74) Otras estancias auxiliares, como el sacrarium y el thesaurum no resultan, a la luz de las investigaciones, totalmente imprescindibles.
La redaccion latina de esta palabra es sacrarium, que ha sido traducida indistintamente por templo o sagrario, aunque desde un punto de vista literario sacrarium significa templo, como puede comprobarse en Du CANGE, Glossarium medio et infirmo latinitatis, t.
Edward the Confessor was buried beneath the sacrarium floor in 1066, and in 1163, after his canonization, his body was moved to a shrine in front of the altar on the orders of Henry II.
The sacrarium, a basin that empties directly into the ground, was not mentioned in 1975 but IN2000 says that the custom of using a sacrarium "should be observed.
Visiting clergy then arrive and are taken to their places in the Sacrarium.