noun, plural ca·vae·di·a [kuh-vee-dee-uh, kah-, key-] /kəˈvi di ə, kɑ-, keɪ-/.
Origin of cavaedium
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Historical Examples of cavaedium
The dining-room, as well as the study of the master of the house, were in the cavaedium.
These are described by Vitruvius under the title of cavaedium.
I must now tell how this may be brought about, and first I will speak of the proper construction of a cavaedium.Ten Books on Architecture
(Posticum) was the name given to the little door, leading from the back of the cavaedium or peristyle to the street.