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, printed from the Looking at Buildings website on Tuesday 2nd June 2020

The 12th Century

RomanesqueGlossary Term [1] styles, and by the end of the 12th century adopting some of the GothicGlossary Term [2] features developed in greater churches. The simplest type had a chancelGlossary Term [3] with a stone altar where the priest could celebrate mass and a naveGlossary Term [4] where the lay people congregated.

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