sceuophylacium

noun
sceuo·​phy·​la·​cium | \ˌskyüōfə̇ˈlāsh(ē)əm\
plural -s

Definition of sceuophylacium 

: a sacristy in the early church and in the Eastern Orthodox Church

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History and Etymology for sceuophylacium

Middle Greek skeuophylakion, from Greek, storehouse, from skeuos vessel, utensil + phylakion, phylakeion fort, from phylak-, phylax guard

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