Seating myself in a corner of the transept
where I could see all and be little seen, I with the rest awaited the coming of the overdue bridegroom.
Even if Philip had wanted to hear this it would have been impossible, for the boys of King's School sit in the choir, and the pulpit stands at the corner of the transept
so that the preacher's back is almost turned to them.
Perhaps the glimpse, among the anonymous spectators in the transept
, of a dark coil of hair under a hat which, a moment later, revealed itself as belonging to an unknown lady with a long nose, so laughably unlike the person whose image she had evoked that he asked himself if he were becoming subject to hallucinations.
One priest dressed in white robes sat, to represent the angel, by one of the square-built tombs near the junction of nave and transept
, and three others, personating the Marys, advanced slowly toward him while they chanted their portion of the same dialog.
There was no one even to tell her which, of all the sepulchral slabs that paved the nave and transepts
, was the one that was really beautiful, the one that had been most praised by Mr.
But they were in the church, nevertheless--they were in one of the transepts
Contract notice: restoration work of the paintings of the north arm of the transept
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Finally Joseph Paxton's entry was agreed, which proposed an Arch Transept
that would enable the trees to stay.
But the worst example is Pearson's 'restoration' of the north transept
of Westminster Abbey after he succeeded Gilbert Scott as Surveyor of the Fabric in 1879.
The first features Prophecy in the west transept
Modena said 'the positive aspect is that the churches have very sound structural, general construction characteristics,' but noted the weakest places are the facade, transept
and main nave.
LIGHTNING struck York Minster Cathedral setting the roof alight and destroying the 13th century south transept
of the building.