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castellum

[ka-stel-uh m] /kæˈstɛl əm/
noun, plural castelli
[ka-stel-ahy] /kæˈstɛl aɪ/ (Show IPA).
Archaeology.
1.
a small isolated fortress, or one of a series of such fortresses, of the ancient Romans.
Origin of castellum
< Latin: fortified settlement, fortress < *casterlom < *castṛlom < *castrelom, equivalent to castr(a) (neuter plural) fortified camp + *-elom diminutive suffix; see -ule, -elle
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