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 definition, an enclosed passage between the main entrance and the
nave of a church. See more.
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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
Late Greek narthēx, from Greek, giant fennel, cane, casket ... Received an email
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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 ...
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 ...
Study the history and design of the architectural feature of early churches called
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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 ...
"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 ...