The tablinum was an appendage of the atrium, and usually entirely open to it.
tablinum, in a Roman house, the room between the atrium and the peristyle.
On the right-hand wall of the tablinum is a picture of Bacchus discovering Ariadne.
You yourself went with the man who carried it to the tablinum and saw it laid there.
Philostratus silently beckoned to her, and she stepped into the tablinum, which was but dimly lighted by a few lamps.
There was no second story over the alae, the tablinum, or the rooms about the peristyle.
Opening from the atrium was the tablinum; here were the family archives, the statues, pictures, and other ancestral relics.
The tablinum was usually separated from the atrium by curtains.
The fauces in the case of smaller atriums should be two thirds, and in the case of larger one half the width of the tablinum.
He crossed the apartment, and stood at the entrance to the tablinum.