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  • n. Plural form of vestiary.


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  • These aisles, the chambers of which were appropriated as vestiaries, treasuries, and for other sacred purposes, seem to have reached about half way up the main wall of what we may call the nave and choir: the windows into the latter were probably above them; these were narrow, but widened inward.

    The Great Events by Famous Historians, Volume 01

  • The _Superintendent of the Sacred Dormitory_ was the Grand Chamberlain of the Empire, and commanding, as he did, the army of pages, grooms of the bed-chamber, vestiaries, and life-guardsmen, who ministered to the myriad wants of an Arcadius or a Honorius, he was not the least important among the chief officers of the State.

    Theodoric the Goth Barbarian Champion of Civilisation


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