An Archaeological Re-assessment of Forty-Seven Early Byzantine Basilical Church Excavations Primarily in Israel and Jordan, and their Historical and Liturgical Context
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Figure 2.1. Typical layout of Early Byzantine monoapsidal basilical church, with common terms used in the text
Figure 2.2. Apsidal variation
Figure 3.1. Three church plans evident in the catalogue of sites
Figure 4.1. Second focus of liturgical activity located in side chapels
Figure 4.2. Location of diakonikon, and also the second focus of liturgical activity in side chapels
Figure 8.1. Roman church plan and diakonikon, with a ‘step-wise’ hierarchal structure← xi | xii →
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