F, F, exedra in which there were seats for the philosophers to hold their conversations.
There was also a little fountain in the exedra at the rear of the peristyle.
Lounging on an exedra was a young woman in a woolen chiton, barefoot and trifling with the Greek ampyx that bound her golden hair.
The idler in the exedra, meanwhile, was awaiting the speech of her visitor.
The cicerone led them through the exedra or summer parlor, which opened to the sea, to receive its cooling breezes.
In shelter behind the exedra she halted, fended from him by the marble seat.
In the middle of the south side a large room was left, with the front open toward the area, an exedra .
Amaryllis sat in her ivory chair; opposite her in the exedra was Philadelphus.
He led her to the exedra, unslung his wallet and laid it on the lectern before them.
Laodice flung her hands over her face and shrank in an agony of shame down upon the exedra.