1. a. Rom. Antiq. A subterranean sepulchre, having in its walls niches or holes for cinerary urns; also one of these niches or recesses.
b. A similar structure in a modern crematorium.
2. A pigeon-house, dove-cote; a pigeon-hole.
3. A hole left in a wall for the insertion of the end of a beam.
About ARC activists

While Professors Hamilton and Skotnes, and project manager de Greef take the lead in driving the ARC initiative at UCT, the initiative attracts active support and engagement from across the university. These active participants we identify as “ARC activists” and we anticipate that this category will grow, and change over time, with some participants rooting their work in the Initiative and others undertaking limited period projects connected to ARC.