noun, plural tab·li·na [ta-blahy-nuh] /tæˈblaɪ nə/.
Examples from the Web for tablinum
On the right-hand wall of the tablinum is a picture of Bacchus discovering Ariadne.Museum of Antiquity|L. W. Yaggy
If it is from thirty to forty feet, let half the width of the atrium be devoted to the tablinum.Ten Books on Architecture|Vitruvius
The tablinum becomes an apse; the court, roofed over, becomes the nave; the side wings of the peristyle become the aisles.Pagan and Christian Rome|Rodolfo Lanciani
He crossed the apartment, and stood at the entrance to the tablinum.
She hastened her steps as she saw Beric standing before her father in the tablinum.