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ar·mar·i·um

(ar-mar'ē-ŭm),
Rarely used term for the physician's library, as part of her or his armamentarium.
[L. a closet, chest, fr. arma, armor]

armarium

An obsolete term for:
(1) Armamentarium, see there;  
(2) A physician's library.
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omnium lamentantium mortem Christi, et archa et armarium dolorum corporis boni Yesu."
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