Noun(1) structure forming the transverse part of a cruciform church; crosses the nave at right angles
(1) By the Requiem Aeternam the choir was established in the body of the church, in the transept .(2) A fire in 1866 destroyed the north transept , which was never rebuilt.(3) The cross-shaped hall resembles an aircraft hangar or perhaps the transept and nave of a modern-day basilica.(4) the north transept(5) The north transept houses a narrow, deep Saxon doorway of honey-coloured stone, which would originally have been lime-washed and over-painted with decorative designs.(6) It is no coincidence that in the remodeling of the lower church at Assisi, the side chapel immediately adjacent to the north transept was dedicated to the Magdalen.(7) Inside is a nave surmounted by a generous barrel vault supported by large but simple columns and flanked by side aisles; a transept separates the nave from a central apse behind the altar.(8) The Cathedral of Saint-Nazaire-et-Saint-Blaise is similar in quality; it consists of a Romanesque nave that is flanked by aisles and crossed by a transept in early Gothic style.(9) The main hall was flanked by two picture galleries, and the whole layout resembled a cathedral with a transept and a massive organ at the far end.(10) Although now installed in the north transept of the later church, the plaque exactly fits a cavity in the tympanum over the original door giving access from the Panteon to the main sanctuary.(11) Set within the crossing of a church transept , Christ stands centered in the foreground, flanked by his Apostles, and administers the host.(12) The terms of his Orvieto contract reflect his celebrity as an architect, which is justified by his remedial work on the cathedral transept , apse, and roof.(13) The Dean announced that it was to be removed to the old choir school adjoining the south transept of the Minster and the Archbishop's Registry.(14) The transeptal puncture is necessary in certain patients with severe cardiac pathologies.(15) It requires ├ö├ç├┐ transeptal puncture├ö├ç├û to get the catheters to the left side of the heart.(16) There was possibly a sense that in comparison to the magnificent new transepts and nave the choir itself, once so widely acclaimed, was no longer splendid enough.
(1) phonetic transcription :: نسخ صوتي
(2) reverse transcription :: النسخ العكسي
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