columna co·lum·na (kə-lŭm'nə)
n. pl. co·lum·nae (-nē)
In 1870 he inaugurated columna lui Traian, the best philological review of the time in Rumania.
A chip of this columna immobilis is one of the treasures of Toledo.
The hippopotamus described by columna was sent to him from Egypt preserved in salt863.
The hippopotamus described by columna was sent to him from Egypt preserved in salt.
columna, who lived in the middle of the sixteenth century, and who sometimes called himself Polyphilus1362.
Here is likewise a columna Milliaria, with something engraven on it, but I could not stay to consider it.
A memorial column (columna rostrata), adorned with the beaks of the captured ships, was set up in honour of his victory.
In front of it was the columna bellica, where the ceremony of declaring war by the fetialis was performed.
The passage across to Rhegium2254 is 60 stadia, but the distance to the columna Rheginorum is much less.
columna staminum e basi nuda super ad apicem usque antherifera: antheris reniformibus, loculis apice confluentibus.