What part of a church is the nave?

What are the three parts of the church?

Churches Militant, Penitent, and Triumphant – Wikipedia.

What are the four parts of the church?

The words one, holy, catholic and apostolic are often called the four marks of the Church.

Where is the transept in a church?

transept, the area of a cruciform church lying at right angles to the principal axis. The bay at which the transept intersects the main body of the church is called the crossing. The transept itself is sometimes simply called the cross.

What is a nave person?

(neɪv) n. 1. an unprincipled, untrustworthy, or dishonest person.

What is the difference between the nave and sanctuary?

As nouns the difference between sanctuary and nave

is that sanctuary is a place of safety, refuge or protection while nave is (architecture) the middle or body of a church, extending from the transepts to the principal entrances or nave can be a hub of a wheel.

What does the name nave mean?

English: occupational name for a servant, from Middle English knave ‘boy’, ‘youth’, ‘servant’.

What is the room in a church called?

chapel. noun. a separate room or area within a church where people can go to pray or worship on their own.

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