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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Additional programme partners include the British Council, the Calouste Gulbenkian Foundation, Porticus and the Inter-American Development Bank.
In the Claudio-Neronian period, the forum of Conimbriga was equipped with a small curia and its porticus forensis was remodelled.
* Seema Jayachandran, Northwestern University and NBER; Joost de Laat, Porticus; Eric Lambin, Stanford University; and Charlotte Stanton, Carnegie Institution for Science, "Cash for Carbon: A Randomized Controlled Trial of Payments for Ecosystem Services to Reduce Deforestation" (NBER Working Paper No.
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.S.
With the advent of the wireless Internet, personal computer, mobile phone, and tablet devices it is now easier than ever to "reach out to touch someone" (Porticus).
I shared this with Paul Schotsmans at Catholic University at Leuven who helped me present it to the Stichting Porticus Foundation in Amsterdam.