The baptistery-chapel consists of a semicircular apse divided into three arched sections built into the south wall of the church.
Eight hung in the nave and three in the apse , with an additional two in the transept.
Although St George's had to be wider than it was long, he managed to create a central, square nave flanked by galleried aisles, with an apse containing a magnificent tall reredos to the east.
Further, it should be stated that the assumption is negatived by the movement of the moon's apse .
They were seated at the midpoint of the nave, with us facing them backward, that is, toward the narthex rather than the apse of the cathedral.
A break-down of the secular rates of motion of the lunar orbit's apse and line of nodes, taken from Brown's lunar theory, is instructive in this respect.
Then I found out that under the three-storey high arch around the apse inside the church was a beautiful mural, but covered with whitewash.
Inside is a nave surmounted by a generous barrel vault supported by large but simple columns and flanked by side aisles; a transept separates the nave from a central apse behind the altar.
From the square townsmen view the church's apse and radiating symmetrical apsidal chapels.
In a tiny apse in one corner, like an afterthought to the chamber's spacious design, the eunuch turned a key and opened a door.