Worship, Apse is main focus at west end, Nave opposite end, Narethex for non-baptized
Commemorating saints, memorializing dead, tomb, services, double side aisles
Centrally planned, commonly octagon, minimal decor, arches support dome
Important people/few visitors, tombs, central plan with cross-section, aisles around circular nave
fitted, full-length robes
short, wide sleeved robes
applied patches on byzantine dress
long, narrow, jeweled scarf
Large elaborate cloak fastened at one shoulder
square, cape-like garment worn over paludamentum
square base, round dome
Dome with base of arches
Islamic textile workshops controlled by local rulers
centrally planned, similar to EC Mausoleum, geometric designs
services & speeches inside, domes, designed for prayer
Exterior courtyard to mosque
Towers for call to prayer
Indicate direction fo mecca
Elevated seat for readings in mosque
Post & Lintel construction
A structure that depends on arches for support
Central portion of a basilica or church
Outdoor area in front of home where guests wait to enter
A courtyard open to the sky w/rooms on all sides
Portion of structure that crosses the main structure at a right angle creating a cross-like shape
Curved end of building opposite entrance
Walkway between apse & altar
Ankle-length garment, similar to a robe
Covering over the Thawb
West side entry 2 towers
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