pulpitum

/ (ˈpʊlpɪtəm) /

noun

(in many cathedrals and large churches) a stone screen which divides the nave and the choir, often supporting a gallery or loft

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Word Origin for pulpitum

C19: from Latin pulpitum a platform
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