Church architectural elements
A passage or walkway covered over by a succession of arches or vaults supported by columns
A moulded or ornamental band framing a rectangular opening. It is the lintel or beam that rests on the capitals of the columns
A dining room, especially in monasteries
A space for walking with rows of seats on either side or with rows of seats on one side and a wall on the other
A set of railings, sometimes ornate and frequently of marble or wood, delimiting the chancel
Ante-choir. A space in a church between the outer gate or railing of the rood screen and the door of the screen; sometimes there is only one rail, gate or door.
The crowning part at the top of a column or a pilaster
The main altar of a church
An underground temple or tomb
The entrance or lobby area, located at the end of the nave that is either an indoor area separated from the nave by a screen or rail, or an external structure such as a porch to allow space for those not eligible for admittance into the general congregation.
A wall-like barrier at the edge of a roof or structure
A long stick, often decorated at the top with statues of saints, used for carrying in religious processions.
A pulpit centrally located in the same position as the main altar
Secondary altars of a church
A chapel within a cathedral or larger church building