Aula（αὐλή). An open yard, or court. In the Homeric house the αὐλή served the purpose of a farm-yard, and was surrounded with farm-buildings and rooms for the men-servants of the house. In the later Greek house it was a kind of quadrangle surrounded with a colonnade, into which the rooms of the house opened, and was used as a
Wall of the Temple of Ancyra, bearing the Latin Text of the |
Index Rerum Gestarumof Augustus.