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A portico or lobby of an early Christian or Byzantine church or basilica, originally separated from the nave by a railing or screen. 2.

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Archaeology: Excavations on Bulgaria's St Ivan island a success – report
"We have started examining the narthex of the church. As you might know, in early Christianity churches were very big and there were no closed areas," Drazheva was quoted as saying.
Painter EJay Weiss Completes 9/11 Tribute Series
The exhibit is now open to the public at the Narthex Gallery in Saint Peter's Church on Lexington Avenue. (DNAinfo/Mary Johnson) MIDTOWN — Painter EJay Weiss was listening to WNYC inside his Chelsea studio on the morning of Sept.
Area news briefs: Aug. 25
This group meets the second Thursday of every month at 10 am in the Narthex of the First United Methodist Church. This meeting is free and open to the public and is facilitated by Wesley Nurse, Shirley Goss.
Opening new doors to make a better life
First came renovation of the sanctuary and the creation of a more spacious narthex in the area connecting the church to the education building. Fundraising commenced on Sept.
Religion Notes: Church hosts program on forgiveness
Grace Episcopal Church in Orange Park will resume its "Music to Go" and "Art in the Narthex" lunch program at noon Sept. 7.

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Narthex - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia
The narthex of a church is the entrance or lobby area, located at the end of the nave, at the far end from the church's main altar.
In early Christian architecture a portion of the church separated from the nave and reserved for those who were not admitted amongst the congregation.
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Narthex - Definition and More from the Free Merriam-Webster
the portico of an ancient church. 2. : a vestibule leading to the nave of a church.
narthex - definition of narthex by the Free Online Dictionary
A portico or lobby of an early Christian or Byzantine church or basilica, originally separated from the nave by a railing or screen. 2.

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