Origin of palatium
Words nearby palatium
How to use palatium in a sentence
Regina uero uultu sereno conceptum scelus pallians, intrauit in palatium, ut tam regem Offanum quam regem lbertum exhilararet.Beowulf|R. W. Chambers
The melodious strain soared up from the temple of Saturn to the towering Palatium beyond.
Arrived at the Palatium, out stepped Cornelia, confused and agitated, a pathetic image of anguish and despair.
In the Palatium too there was stir and turmoil—torches, the clatter of arms and confused shouts.
Palatine (from palatium, meaning palace) was a name given to a count, or ruler of a district, who had almost regal power.English Narrative Poems|Various