cavaedium


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cavaedium

1. An inner courtyard in a Roman house.
2. An atrium.
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We find in every house a Tuscan atrium, with a cavaedium or gangway running round the rectangular impluvium, the tank or piscine which catches the rain and drippings falling through the compluvium or central opening in the roof.