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1. In an ancient Roman structure, a central room open to the sky, usually having a pool for the collection of rainwater. In Christian churches, a courtyard flanked by porticos.
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#In an ancient Roman structure, a central room open to the sky, usually having a pool for the collection of rainwater. In Christian churches, a courtyard flanked by porticos.
 
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#(plural: atria) Inner court of a Roman or modern house; in a multi-story building, a toplit covered court rising through all stories.<ref>[https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Glossary_of_architecture Glossary of architecture]</ref>
2. (plural: atria) Inner court of a Roman or modern house; in a multi-story building, a toplit covered court rising through all stories.
 
 
 
  
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  1. In an ancient Roman structure, a central room open to the sky, usually having a pool for the collection of rainwater. In Christian churches, a courtyard flanked by porticos.
  2. (plural: atria) Inner court of a Roman or modern house; in a multi-story building, a toplit covered court rising through all stories.[1]
  1. Glossary of architecture