EMEDD Citations for "pulpitum"

Ian Lancashire
University of Toronto

for the Shakespeare Association of America
San Francisco 1999

  1. Pulpitum (Latin entry by Thomas Cooper 1565, fol. kkkkk4r)

    Pulpitum, púlpiti, pen. cor. Martial. A scaffolde wheare players stonde.
    Longa per angustos figamus pulpita vicos. Iuuenal.
    Rubra pulpita. Ouid.

  2. pulpitum (Latin entry by Thomas Thomas 1587)

    Pulpitum, ti, n. g. Mart. The higher parte of the stage where the musitians were and delighted the people with their musicall playing: also the iutting parte of Podium: the place of standing or looking out, Vitr. a pulpit, or place to make an oration or sermon in, Suet.

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