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sacellum

[ suh-kel-uhm, -sel- ]
/ səˈkɛl əm, -ˈsɛl- /
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noun, plural sa·cel·la [suh-kel-uh, -sel-uh]. /səˈkɛl ə, -ˈsɛl ə/.
a small chapel, as a monument within a church.
(in ancient Rome) a shrine open to the sky.
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Origin of sacellum

1800–10; <Latin: shrine, derivative of sacer holy, sacred; for formation see castellum
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