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(def 1).
Historical Examples

“armarium” was to called because it was originally a place for keeping arms.
The Captiva and The Mostellaria Plautus

I have placed the armarium at the end of the room, opposite the window.
The Care of Books John Willis Clark

They would take the armarium that was in daily use, and adapt it to their own purposes.
The Care of Books John Willis Clark

As he had charge of the armarium or press for storing books, he was also sometimes styled armarius.
Old English Libraries Ernest Savage


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