This article is about an Ancient form of architecture, for the marine sea-snail, see Coenaculum (gastropod).
Coenaculum, the term applied to the eating-room of a Roman house in which the supper (coena) or latest meal was taken. It was sometimes placed in an upper storey and reached by an external staircase.
See also Cenacle
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