(1) In a tiny apse in one corner, like an afterthought to the chamber's spacious design, the eunuch turned a key and opened a door.(2) Then I found out that under the three-storey high arch around the apse inside the church was a beautiful mural, but covered with whitewash.(3) The finished work, located in the apse high above the chancel, depicts Christ in the attitude of the cross before a flourishing Tree of Life.(4) The painting in the dome marked the termination of a narrative sequence begun in the Assumption located in the apse behind the high altar.(5) However, the gallery at Cleveland House, two-storeyed and sixty feet long, was terminated at each end by a semicircular apse with the lozenge-shaped coffering of the Temple of Venus and Rome in Rome.(6) They were seated at the midpoint of the nave, with us facing them backward, that is, toward the narthex rather than the apse of the cathedral.(7) She takes in narthex and ground plan, nave, altar, apse , chapels, the exterior, crypt and tower, relating each to architectural and religious history.(8) Moreover, the progression of the Moon's apse , thus determined by Newton, is but half its true amount.(9) Many Orthodox churches have above the altar, in the apse , the iconographic picture of the community of the apostles with Christ as the heavenly liturgist in the robes of an earthly priest.(10) Remains of a set of baths were found beneath those of the C5 cathedral, which had a conventional layout of three naves and a large apse .(11) Although St George's had to be wider than it was long, he managed to create a central, square nave flanked by galleried aisles, with an apse containing a magnificent tall reredos to the east.(12) A break-down of the secular rates of motion of the lunar orbit's apse and line of nodes, taken from Brown's lunar theory, is instructive in this respect.(13) In most ancient church buildings the apse was to the east, so the presiding minister stood between the altar and the people.(14) Eight hung in the nave and three in the apse , with an additional two in the transept.(15) The baptistery-chapel consists of a semicircular apse divided into three arched sections built into the south wall of the church.(16) Further, it should be stated that the assumption is negatived by the movement of the moon's apse .