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Method of lociIllustration: Theatrum Orbi engraving by Johann Theodor de Bry
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Method of loci
Illustration: Theatrum Orbi engraving by Johann Theodor de Bry

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  1. A place or locality, especially a centre of activity or the scene of a crime.
    The cafeteria was the locus of activity.

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