"The dinner is in the dining room."
Translation:Cena in cenaculo est.
Architriclīnus • Architriclīnī Presiding Feast Master • Triclīniarchēs Triclīniarcha The chief servant slave charged with provisioning the dining table. • Borrowed from Ancient Greek τρικλινιάρχης (trikliniárkhēs), from τρεῖς (treîs) + κλίνω (klínō) + -άρχης (-árkhēs). • • Triclīnium • Tria triclīnia in triclīniō • from Ancient Greek τρικλίνιον (triklínion), from τρεῖς ( treîs, three ) + κλίνω ( klínō, to lean ) • • Triclīnium - The Roman formal dining room in which three, room entryway facing, semi-circular placed, Klinē - Klinai ( Plural) - Lēctus Triclīnaris - couch on which to recline on the left side, made comfortable with cushions and pillows, set on three sides around a low square table with the fourth side left open for service access. Each of 9 diners, 3 per couch, lēctus summus, lēctus medius & lēctus īmus, reclined on their left side, propped upon the pillows and cushions, while household slaves served multiple courses rushed out from the Culīna