peristylium


peristylium

peristylium [per-uh-stahy-lee-uh m, -stil-ee-] ExamplesWord Origin noun, plural per·i·sty·li·a [per-uh-stahy-lee-uh, -stil-ee-uh] /ˌpɛr əˈstaɪ li ə, -ˈstɪl i ə/.

  1. a peristyle.

Origin of peristylium 1665–75; Latin peristȳlium Greek peristȳ́lion, diminutive of perístȳlon peristyle Examples from the Web for peristylium Historical Examples of peristylium

  • The porticus is a kind of cloister round the peristylium or atrium.

    The Letters of Cicero, Volume 1

    Marcus Tullius Cicero

  • Opening out from the peristylium is the Lararium, or room of the household gods.

    Rambles in Rome

    S. Russell Forbes

  • Besides, he is there only while he is asleep; for the rest he has his atrium and his peristylium.

    Roman Women

    Alfred Brittain

  • But there were other shouts from the peristylium, other cries and meanings.

    A Friend of Caesar

    William Stearns Davis

  • Agias with Fabia stood at the end of the atrium near the exit to the peristylium.

    A Friend of Caesar

    William Stearns Davis

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