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The main exterior face of a building, usually containing an entrance. (associated with multiple faiths)
Small opening in an altar or shrine providing a view of relics within. Also a recess in the south wall of a chancel holding the piscine and credence-table. Also an opening for a bell in a bell-cote. (associated with Christian faiths)
Shrine containing relics. (associated with Christian faiths)
Place in a church containing the fereter. (associated with Christian faiths)
An ornamental boss, crop or knob (usually foliated) at the top of a bench-end, canopy, gable, pinnacle or spire, acting as a terminal. (non-denominational)
A spirelet (small and slender spire) on the ridge of the roof; often placed at the crossing. (associated with Christian faiths)
A buttress that arches or flies out from high on an exterior wall to create a segmental arch that then meets an independent pier, which receives the outward thrust of the roof and wall. (associated with Christian faiths)
Baptismal basin with consecrated water used for the baptism. (associated with Christian faiths)
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