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Solium

θρόνος).


1.

Any high-backed

Solium. (From the Vatican Vergil.)

chair with closed sides for arms (Serv. ad Verg. Aen. i. 506).


2.

A chair of state, or throne, cushioned, and with the back covered with drapery (Verg. Aen. x. 116).


3.

A seat at the bottom of a circular bath on which the bathers sat while washing (Suet. Aug. 82; Festus, s. h. v.).

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