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A rostrum developed in medieval Italian towns, roofed, slightly elevated, and open on three sides, from which orators could address crowds.
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1. A rostrum developed in medieval Italian towns, roofed, slightly elevated, and open on three sides, from which orators could address crowds.
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2. A gallery formed by a colonnade open on one or more sides. The space is often located on an upper floor of a building overlooking an open court or garden.
  
 
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1. A rostrum developed in medieval Italian towns, roofed, slightly elevated, and open on three sides, from which orators could address crowds.

2. A gallery formed by a colonnade open on one or more sides. The space is often located on an upper floor of a building overlooking an open court or garden.