apsidal line

apsidal line
Космонавтика: линия апсид

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  • Architectural development of the eastern end of cathedrals in England and France — The larger medieval churches of France and England, the cathedrals and abbeys, have much in common architecturally, an east/west orientation, an external emphasis on the west front and its doors, long arcaded interiors, high vaulted roofs and… …   Wikipedia

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  • Apsis — For the architectural term, see Apse. Aphelion and Perihelion redirect here. For Edenbridge s Album, see Aphelion (album). Apogee and Perigee redirect here. For the literary journal, see Perigee: Publication for the Arts. For other uses, see… …   Wikipedia


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