Lady chapel

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A chapel dedicated to Our Lady, often attached to the choir of a church at the end opposite the nave, or forming a separate small building joined to the church by a covered passage. In the English cathedrals it was usually a deep chapel prolonging the main axis to the east; in France the largest and easternmost of the chevet chapels, i.e., the crown of chapels.

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  • “Lady chapel“. CatholicSaints.Info. 4 November 2019. Web. 20 April 2021. <>