noun, plural tri·clin·i·a [trahy-klin-ee-uh]. /traɪˈklɪn i ə/. Roman History.
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They enter the triclinium in the midst of the banquet; they crawl over the viands and spoil what they do not devour.The Ontario Readers: The High School Reader, 1886|Ministry of Education
The passage itself abutted in Dea Flavia's house on one of the small rooms that lay round the triclinium."Unto Caesar"|Baroness Emmuska Orczy
As Acton appeared in the triclinium some slaves fled, fearing lest they should be punished for their curiosity.
They were slaves who, excited by the feast, continued beneath the open sky the scenes of the triclinium.
Four enormous bronze lampadaries occupied the corners of the triclinium.