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Synonyms for basilica
an early Christian church designed like a Roman basilica
a Roman building used for public administration
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We remind the reader that in the case of hall churches the side-aisles are approximately the same height as the nave, unlike the churches built to a basilican
plan where they are (much) lower.
The building still maintains the basilican
structure, with the numerous pillars and confessionals still standing.
Jeffry designed the Chinese Breakfast Room, and Thomas Henry the dairy, chapel and basilican
parish church in the town in the 1840s.
The exterior of the brick building is rather dark and forbidding, but inside it is a basilican
palace with a great arched roof, glorious colours and gilding.
Ex Cathedra give us a taste of 'Christmas at Versailles' on Saturday, when a programme devoted to the music of Michel Richard de Lalande, favourite of Louis XIV, promises to sit very comfortably in the basilican
splendour of the Oratory on Birmingham's Hagley Road (7.