CELLA , inarchitecture, the Latin name for the sanctuary of a
See also:temple, corresponding with the naos of the Greek temple . In the
See also:Etruscan temples, according to
See also:Vitruvius, there were three cellas, side by side; and in the temple of
See also:Venus built by
See also:Hadrian at Rome there were two cellas, both enclosed, however, in a single peristyle .
CELL (from Lat. cella, probably from an Indo-Europe...
CELLARET (i.e. little cellar)
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