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The form of the crypt is that of a perfect Romanesque basilica, a nave and two aisles terminating a three-lobed apse.
THE CATHEDRALS OF NORTHERN SPAINCHARLES RUDY
But there can be little doubt that his work included the eastern bays and aisles of both transepts.
THE CATHEDRAL CHURCH OF PETERBOROUGHW.D. SWEETING
As she passed silently along the aisles, she cast a look of anxious examination around—but Ferdinand was no where to be seen.
A SICILIAN ROMANCEANN RADCLIFFE
Jack wouldn't see the monument to-day, and having paid his half-crown, was left to wander about alone through the aisles.
IS HE POPENJOY?ANTHONY TROLLOPE
The aisles around the transept form the most imposing part of the church.
HOW FRANCE BUILT HER CATHEDRALSELIZABETH BOYLE O'REILLY
Neither in this nor in any other part of the building, are there side-chapels or aisles.
ARCHITECTURAL ANTIQUITIES OF NORMANDYJOHN SELL COTMAN
The wedding was to be in the Cathedral, and Dorothy had a little scheme in her head for meeting her brother among the aisles.
HE KNEW HE WAS RIGHTANTHONY TROLLOPE
The arches of the windows in the aisles are Early Decorated, the tracery is modern.
THE CATHEDRALS OF GREAT BRITAINP. H. DITCHFIELD
The throng that ever haunt Paul's Walk had disappeared, and a few dismal figures alone traversed the aisles.
GUY FAWKESWILLIAM HARRISON AINSWORTH
Pilasters run up to the low round vaulting, the large galleries over the aisles being divided by these.
CATHEDRAL CITIES OF ITALYWILLIAM WIEHE COLLINS