noun, plural tri·clin·i·a [trahy-klin-ee-uh] /traɪˈklɪn i ə/. Roman History.
- tricolor camera,
- tricolored heron,
Origin of triclinium
Examples from the Web for triclinium
Wooden gates furnished a kind of fence between the atrium and what an old Pompeian would have styled the triclinium.New Italian sketches|John Addington Symonds
All the women slaves were shut up in the triclinium together, and the door was carefully guarded.Darkness and Dawn|Frederic W. Farrar
And, self-satisfied, he passed to the triclinium, where he sat down to supper with Eunice.Quo Vadis|Henryk Sienkiewicz
Other rooms round the court were the triclinium, or dining room, and cubicula or bedchambers.
There was also a cistern at the end of the portico, next the triclinium.Museum of Antiquity|L. W. Yaggy