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Store or warehouse.
Public archives, registry or registry office.
Metatarsal; bne of the fingers used by the Geeeks and Romans as a gaming piece.
Sacrifice of a bull dedicated to the mother of the gods.
Rectangular roof-tile with lateral edges.
Clay plate, similar to a tegula, having in one of the faces four saliencies (mamae) that were destined to be applied on a wall, leaving between this and the tiles an empty space that, linked to the hipocaustum, maintain hot the walls of the rooms of the baths.
Sacred limit (of a temple or of a sanctuary).
Warm compartment in the Romans baths.
Ceramic deluxe whose vessels were frequently marked with a stamp (sigillum) of the potter.
Small piece of stone or glass, cubic in shape and used in the making of mosaics.
Game piece; ticket which gave certain rights to the holder in public or private places.
Weight, multiple of a libra equivalent to three librae.
A type of government instigated by Diocletian in 293 a.D. whereby two Augusti were Diocletian and Maximian, the Caesars Galerius and Constantius.
Enriched with four columns.
Building of semicircular plant.
Public or private bathing and recreational complex, which generally included a caldarium, tepidarium, frigidarium, and palestra and/or gymnasium. Large municipal thermae might also include latrines, convention rooms, a library, music rooms, etc.
Stone that contains an inscription to commemorate a occurence, to celebrate the memory of somebody, to execute a vote, or to invoke a divinity.
Gold coin equivalent to one third of a solidus.
Dining room with one end occupied by three couches.
Weight, submultiple of a libra, equivalent to four ounces.
Lacustrine deposit of calcareous, including other materials, organic and inorganic.
Tube that drives the air of the bellows to the nozzle of the forge.