Aisled


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a.1.Furnished with an aisle or aisles.
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The RAF seats ten with a four-person bench in back, an aisled row of three in the middle, and a three-person bench in front.
The adjacent 17th century aisled barn and workshops house a carriage collection and displays relating to different crafts, including a blacksmiths, coopers, wheelwrights and saddlers.
It consists of an aisled nave, chancel, south porch and north vestry.
From the Roman Christian Crusaders in the 13th century, The Holy Zion Octagonal Church being built later by Theodosius I about 382 CE, the entire structure was being demolished to the ground by the Muslim caliph, Al-Hakim in the 7th century CE, and afterwards being replaced by the current structure built by the Roman Christian Crusaders in the 12th century with five aisled basilica, today the Dormition Abbey, that was named after the Jewish Princess of David whom the Roman Christian Church recognizes as Mary, the mother of Jesus.