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sedile

sedile
A seat (usually one of three) for the clergy to the right of an altar, often set in a canopied niche in the chancel wall.
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They were able to move a large valuable carpet, the bishop's seat, the clergy sedilia and other small furniture ...
Church law says benches or chairs -- scamma seu sedilia in Latin -- may be used.