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Loculus (architecture)

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Concrete loculi at Igualada Cemetery, Spain
Concrete loculi at Igualada Cemetery, Spain

Loculus (Latin, "little place"), plural loculi, is an architectural compartment or niche that houses a body, as in a catacomb, hypogeum, mausoleum or other place of entombment. In classical antiquity, the mouth of the loculus might be closed with a slab,[1] plain, as in the Catacombs of Rome, or sculptural, as in the family tombs of ancient Palmyra.

See also

References

  1. ^ Katherine M. D. Dunbabin, The Roman Banquet: Images of Conviviality (Cambridge University Press, 2003), p. 254.

Sources

  • Curl, James Stevens (2006). A Dictionary of Architecture and Landscape Architecture (Paperback) (Second ed.). Oxford University Press. p. 880 pages. ISBN 0-19-860678-8.


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