In the house of Vettius the two money chests were found in the atrium.
This basin was in the center of the atrium, the most important room in the house.
Tablinum, in a Roman house, the room between the atrium and the peristyle.
Fauces, the passage from the atrium to the peristyle in a Roman house.
A man in evening dress came out into the atrium, lighting a cigarette.
They left the hall leisurely and found a vacant settle in the atrium.
Without looking to right or left he strode across the atrium.
The tablinum was an appendage of the atrium, and usually entirely open to it.
From the atrium a narrow fauces or corridor led into the garden.
The nearer doors belong to chambers which open into the atrium.