Associations to the word «Sacellum»

Wiktionary

SACELLUM, noun. A small chapel, as a monument within a church
SACELLUM, noun. (ancient Rome) A shrine open to the sky, sometimes used for sacrificial purposes, or in honor of the divine

Wise words

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