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schŏla (scŏla ), ae, f., = σχολή (spare time, leisure; hence, in partic.),
B. Transf.
b. A gallery where works of art were exhibited: “Octaviae scholae,Plin. 36, 5, 4, § 29; cf. id. 35, 10, 3, § 114.—
c. Scholae bestiarum, a place where animals fight, an amphitheatre, Tert. Apol. 35.—
b. In the time of the later emperors, a college or corporation of the army or of persons of the same profession: Schola Exceptorum, Chartulariorum, Singulariorum, etc., Cod. Th. 12, 20, 20; 12, 17, 2 et saep.; Cod. Just. 4, 65, 35; Amm. 14, 7, 12.—
c. The building of that corporation, Inscr. in Jahn's Neue Jahrb. vol. 66, p. 338.—*
II. A place in a bathing-room where one waited before entering the bath, a waiting-place, Vitr. 5, 10 fin.
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