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The narthex is an architectural element typical of early Christian and Byzantine basilicas and churches consisting of the entrance or lobby area, located at the ...

Narthex | Define Narthex at Dictionary.com

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Narthex definition, an enclosed passage between the main entrance and the nave of a church. See more.

CATHOLIC ENCYCLOPEDIA: Narthex - New Advent

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Narthex. Help support New Advent and get the full contents of this website as an instant download. Includes the Catholic Encyclopedia, Church Fathers, Summa, ...

narthex | architecture | Britannica.com

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Long, narrow, enclosed porch, usually colonnaded or arcaded, crossing the entire width of a church at its entrance. The narthex is usually separated from the  ...

Narthex | Definition of Narthex by Merriam-Webster

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Late Greek narthēx, from Greek, giant fennel, cane, casket ... Received an email from Lutheran church asking us to drop off donations in the Narthex. Like · Reply  ...

What is a Narthex? - Heimsath Architects

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Mar 15, 2012 ... Here are some thoughts for a good narthex design. ... a Gathering Space or a Vestibule - the term Narthex is used here to describe that special ...

Narthex - definition of narthex by The Free Dictionary

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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. An entrance hall leading to ...

Narthex: Definition & Overview | Study.com

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Study the history and design of the architectural feature of early churches called the Narthex, and test your understanding about early church...

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Dec 14, 2012 ... 8 | Chuck Knows Church -- THE NARTHEX. When's the last time you heard, " meet me in the narthex?" Then you say, "uhhh, what?" You'll know ...

narthex - Online Etymology Dictionary

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"porch at the west end of early churches" (used by penitents not admitted to the body of the church), 1670s, from Late Greek narthex, in classical Greek "giant ...

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nar┬Ěthex
[nahr-theks]
NOUN [ARCHITECTURE.]
1.
an enclosed passage between the main entrance and the nave of a church.
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