One of the alae (h) at the time of the eruption was used as a wardrobe.
When it is from fifty to sixty feet in length, devote one fourth of the length to the alae.
The rest they divide into two parts, one of which is called the right, the other the left wing (alae).
There was no second story over the alae, the tablinum, or the rooms about the peristyle.
The alae and several rooms were redecorated shortly before the destruction of the city.
The alae replied: “It is in the leaf of the a-pe plant” (Alocasia macrorrhiza).
But again Maui caught the alae and began to kill it, saying: "You gave me a plant full of water from which to get fire."
From eighty feet to one hundred feet, the length divided into five parts will produce the right width for the alae.
Their lintel beams should be placed high enough to make the height of the alae equal to their width.
Let the busts of ancestors with their ornaments be set up at a height corresponding to the width of the alae.
ala a·la (ā'lə)
n. pl. a·lae (ā'lē)
A winglike or expanded structure or part, such as the external ear.
Delta-aminolevulinic acid; an intermediate in the biosynthesis of hematin formed from glycine and succinyl-coenzyme A.