chantry chapel

chantry chapel
1. придел с алтарём
2. часовня с алтарём

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  • Chantry Chapel of St Mary the Virgin, Wakefield — Wakefield s Medieval Bridge and Chantry Chapel The Chantry Chapel of St Mary the Virgin, Wakefield is a chantry chapel in Wakefield, West Yorkshire, England and is designated a Grade I Listed building by English Heritage.[1] It is located south… …   Wikipedia

  • Chantry chapel — a chapel in which masses for the soul of a dead person are recited …   Medieval glossary

  • chantry chapel — …   Useful english dictionary

  • Buckingham Chantry Chapel — is a 15th century chapel located in Buckingham, Buckinghamshire, England, and now a National Trust property.The chapel is the oldest building in Buckingham and is noted in particular for its Norman doorway.It was restored by Sir George Gilbert… …   Wikipedia

  • Chantry — For other uses, see Chantry (disambiguation). Chantry is the English term for a fund established to pay for a priest to celebrate sung Masses for a specified purpose, generally for the soul of the deceased donor. Chantries were endowed with lands …   Wikipedia

  • chapel — Synonyms and related words: Lady chapel, amphitheater, arena, assembly hall, auditorium, chantry, chapel of ease, chapel royal, concert hall, convention hall, dance hall, exhibition hall, gallery, hall, lecture hall, meetinghouse, music hall,… …   Moby Thesaurus

  • chantry — chan|try [ˈtʃa:ntri US ˈtʃæn ] n also chantry .chapel plural chantries [Date: 1300 1400; : Old French; Origin: chanterie singing , from chanter; CHANT1] a small church or part of a church paid for by someone so that priests can pray for them… …   Dictionary of contemporary English

  • Chantry priest — a priest whose function is to say or sing masses for the soul of a dead person in a chantry chapel …   Medieval glossary

  • Chapel — • When St. Martin divided his military cloak (cappa) and gave half to the beggar at the gate of Amiens, he wrapped the other half round his shoulders, thus making of it a cape (capella). This cape, or its representative, was afterwards preserved… …   Catholic encyclopedia

  • Chantry High School (Worcestershire) — Chantry High School Established Reopened 1963 Type Secondary Religion non denominational Head teacher Stephen Jowet …   Wikipedia

  • Chantry island — is a small patch of land surrounded by a small dyke, giving the impression that it is an Island. It is located in the grounds of the All Saints Pastoral centre, part of the Archdiocese of Westminster, in London Colney, Hertfordshire.Chantry… …   Wikipedia

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