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Round the choir is a row of chapels, which are wholly wanting to the nave.

The nave is the oldest part,” said the cicerone, “built about 1135 by Walter Le Bec.

The Nebuly CoatJohn Meade Falkner

The nave is wide, with clerestory; the narrow chancel has a chapel on the N. side.

HertfordshireHerbert W Tompkins

The crossing of the nave and transept is covered with a dome carried on squinches, which dates from the first building.

There was High Mass in the choir that day, and she knelt a little way down the nave, beside a pillar.

Long WillFlorence Converse

Seven windows of the nave and four of the apse deal with Old Testament history: three at the end of the apse with the New.

Under these conditions, the nave is naturally confined, and lacks a certain grandeur both as to width and height.

The form of the crypt is that of a perfect Romanesque basilica, a nave and two aisles terminating a three-lobed apse.

Dark oaken balconies, elaborately carved, run in three tiers along the upper part of the nave.

The piers of the nave are without capitals, some round and others octagonal.

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