Latin Names for Parts of the House

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Can you name the Latin names for parts of an Ancient Roman house?

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Single room of an early house, later the house's reception room.
Rain fell through this hole in the roof.
Rain fell into this hole in the floor.
Alcoves at the sides of the atrium
An atrium with four pillars.
An atrium with a sloped roof.
An atrium with over four pillars.
An atrium without a compluvium.
Wax busts of ancestors.
The master's office or study.
A heavey chest, often chained to the floor.
The space between a house's door and the sidewalk.
The doorway and the door.
A precise name for the door itself.
A doorman.
Good health!
May no evil enter.
Beware of the dog.
The open court behind the tablinum.
The toilet.
The kitchen.
The dining room.
Small bedrooms.
Bedrooms for daytime rest.
Other names for bedrooms, found at the west of the peristyle.
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The library.
A room with a shrine for images of the gods.
Rooms for entertainment of large groups, perhaps banquet halls.
Rooms with seats for lectures reading or other entertainment.
A sun deck.
A furnace involving a fire below the house and pipes in its walls.
Walls made of cement.
Cement made with crushed terra cotta for a waterproof lining.
Walls made of stones with irregular shapes.
Walls made with bricks of unifrom sizes.
A floor made of smoothing the ground, covering it with small pieces of stone, brick, tile or pottery and then pounding it down.
Double doors.
Back door.
Apartments or tenements.
A slave who managed an apartment building.
A couch.
A stiff, straight-backed chair.
An armless chair with a curved back.
Table or chair with with one support.
A rectangular table with a raised rim.
A table with three legs.
A water clock.
A stand from which lamps were hung.
Torches.

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