I have seen an armanentarium….
I’m sure that over the years this lighthouse has seen an armanentarium of sea-vessels, boats and sightseers. Oh, if only the walls could talk; what a story the lighthouse walls would tell…
armamentarium \ ahr-muh-muhn-TAIR-ee-uhm \, noun;
1. A fruitful source of devices or materials available or used for an undertaking.
2. The aggregate of equipment, methods, and techniques available to one for carrying out one’s duties.
Origin: Armamentarium comes from the Latin root armament , which refers to equipment used by a military unit. The suffix -arium denotes a location or receptacle.