It has been asserted that he worked in the scriptorium, but it is not known that Westminster Abbey ever had a scriptorium.
The hardships of the scriptorium were greatest, of course, in winter.
The past was a bit of yellow parchment at the bottom of an oak chest in the scriptorium of Malvern Priory.
The care of the library and the scriptorium was intrusted to the librarian.
He would go back to the scriptorium, and all would be as it had been before.
The scriptorium of the Cathedral was an important department, and was ably governed.
Every volume had to be returned before the lights were lit, and work ceased in the scriptorium the instant the daylight failed.
He set all in order in the scriptorium where he had toiled for five long years.
One of his best men was Cassiodorus, the man who evolved the scheme of the scriptorium.
Estates were often granted for the support of the scriptorium.
"writing room," 1774, from Late Latin scriptorium "place for writing," noun use of neuter of Latin scriptorius "pertaining to writing," from Latin scriptus, past participle of scribere "to write" (see script (n.)).