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A large semicircular or polygonal recess in a church, arched or with a domed roof and typically at the church's eastern end. Recorded from the early 19th century, the word comes from Latin apsis ...
architecture

architecture  

The term given to an organization's information technology platform, structure and process but increasingly used as a way of explaining complex marketing concepts and functions, for example ‘brand ...
font

font  

Baptismal basin for the consecrated water used during the Sacrament of Baptism. It is commonly formed from a large block of stone, hollowed out and elaborately carved with Christian symbols, ...
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[Ma]An artificial material produced by fusing silica sand with an alkali such as potash or sodium. It was probably developed from faience in the Near East during the 3rd millennium bc, but was not ...
Norman architecture

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[De]Distinctive style of architecture characterized by the Romanesque or round‐headed arch, often highly decorated and of several orders, constructed of cut stones of approximately equal size set ...
quatrefoil

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An ornamental design of four lobes or leaves as used in architectural tracery, resembling a flower or clover leaf.

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