aedificatio


aedificatio

aedificātio, ōnis, f. (aedifico), der Bau, I) in abstr. = das Bauen, consilium aedificationis, Cic.: aedificationem deponere oder abicere, den Bau (Bauplan) aufgeben, Cic.: non placet profecto mihi illaec aedificatio (scherzh.), Plaut. mil. 210. – II) in concr., meton. = der Bau in seiner Entstehung u. Vollendung, a) übh., die Bauanlage, Baueinrichtung, domus tua et aedificatio omnis, Cic.: aedificatio aspectusque urbis, Cic.: Plur. = Bauten, privatae, Tac.: diem aedificationibus, noctem conviviis trahere, Tac. – b) das einzelne Gebäude, Cato or. inc. fr. 10: e ligno, Gell. 15, 1, 4: non potest impositae aedificationis onera sustinere, Ambros. de off. 2, 2, 7.


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