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  St. Julien: Nave
The columns of the nave alternate between plain capitals with square abaci and decorated capitals with octagonal abaci.
According to a couple of sources, all the decorated capitals of the nave are plaster reproductions dating from 1651, and the other capitals were left plain at this time for the sake of economy, but I found it difficult to tell if this was true or not.
It is believed that the nave was originally intended to have Gothic rib vaults, because the unused columns on the two compound piers on either side of the nave look as if they were put there specifically to support the ribs of the nave vault.
people.ku.edu /~asnow/nave.html   (854 words)

  Nave - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia
The nave of a church, whether Romanesque, Gothic or Classical, extends from the entry—which may have a separate vestibule, the narthex— to the chancel and is flanked by lower aisles separated from the nave by an arcade.
The nave, ecclesiastically considered, was the area reserved for the non-clergy (the "laity"), while the chancel and choir were reserved for the clergy, and a rood screen (cancellus) separated the sanctuary from the nave.
Nave also refers to the hub of a wheel, as in "bowl the round nave" from a subplay of Hamlet.
en.wikipedia.org /wiki/Nave   (762 words)

 Cathedral diagram - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia
Beyond the crossing where the transept intersects the nave are the choir and the presbytery which may be a single space and the sanctuary, site of the high altar.
When cathedrals are enlarged, the nave may be extended and a narthex added, the choir may be rebuilt with an ambulatory and chapels, but most usually the consecrated place that is the sanctuary remains at the same place.
At the far east end, on the axis formed by nave and sanctuary, a larger chapel is often dedicated to the patron saint of the church, or to Mary, the mother of Jesus, this in medieval English usageis a Lady Chapel.
en.wikipedia.org /wiki/Cathedral_diagram   (1026 words)

 nave articles on Encyclopedia.com   (Site not responding. Last check: )
nave NAVE [nave], in general, all that part of a church that extends from the atrium to the altar and is intended exclusively for the laity.
In the early churches it was separated from the nave by a low parapet or open railing (cancellus), its name being thus derived.
The abbey there, the Norman nave of which is used as a parish church, was built in 1030 to contain a cross found in Somerset; it was believed to have miraculous powers.
www.encyclopedia.com /articles/09054.html   (471 words)

 Las Vegas SUN: Columnist Ron Kantowski: Count hits 10 for NSAC's Dr. Nave
Nave's last official act as commissioner will be casting his vote on what to do with a purse that was withheld from Mike Tyson after his late hit on Orlin Norris at the MGM Grand.
Nave's seat will be taken by Amy Ayoub, a native Las Vegan who will become the first woman to serve on the NSAC since its formation 58 years ago.
Nave agonized for nearly two years before he was comfortable that Holyfield's history of heart problems would not put him at risk in future fights.
www.lasvegassun.com /sunbin/stories/boxing/1999/oct/28/509479988.html   (556 words)

 Digital Worlds Institute - The NAVE
Building on the success of first generation NAVE systems installed at Georgia Tech and the University of Santiago de Compostella, researchers and designers at Digital Worlds are creating the next generation of affordable immersive theatre.
The name also has architectural context in that a nave is the central part of a cruciform church building designed to focus a person's attention both upward and into the structure.
The development goal of the NAVE project is to create a low-cost, multi-screen, multi-user, stereoscopic, multi-sensory virtual environment that preserves many of the desirable elements of the original CAVE environment but can be built at a fraction of the cost of a CAVE.
www.digitalworlds.ufl.edu /projects/nave   (301 words)

 Victoria Regional Museum Association: Nave Museum
Nave became an artillery officer in the Fifth Field Artillery, and after serving two years in military service, he was honorably discharged with the rank of Captain.
It was in 1917 that Royston Nave married Emma McFaddin McCan.
Nave was in his hotel room conversing with two friends when he complained of feeling badly and a doctor was summoned.
www.viptx.net /museum/nave/roystonnave.html   (1664 words)

naves side by side, of equal dimensions and separated by screens; occasionally also, particularly in Germany and Flanders,
nave increased to vast proportions and was capable of holding crowds that often numbered
nave was always very clearly drawn: in England, for example, the parish priest had full authority in the former, and was bound to keep it in repair at his own expense, while the parish itself was responsible for the care and maintenance of the
www.newadvent.org /cathen/10724a.htm   (386 words)

 Nave - Churches of Rome Wiki
A nave is, in Romanesque and Gothic church architecture, the central approach to the altar.
It is the part of church set aside for the laity, and formerly the nave used to be separated from the sanctuary by a rood screen.
The area where the nave crosses the transept, known simply as the crossing, belongs to both the nave and the transept equally.
romanchurches.wikia.com /wiki/Nave   (123 words)

 Victoria Regional Museum Association: Nave Museum
Royston Nave was an accomplished artist who enjoyed a prolific and successful painting career both in Texas and New York.
Royston Nave in 1932 to serve as a memorial to her late husband, Royston Nave, who died suddenly in 1931.
The Nave's collection of his paintings is only exhibited once every several years so that the Nave can present its many exciting traveling art exhibits to the public.
www.viptx.net /museum/nave   (390 words)

 St. Peter's - The Nave
At the beginning of the central nave the visitors' gaze is attracted to two holy water stoups that provide a clue to the basilica's real size: the cupids which seem small are in fact 2 m.
Toward the center of the nave, the Holy Year of the Redemption proclaimed by Pius XI in 1933 is also recalled by an inscription on the floor.
The nave was decorated by Gian Lorenzo Bernini, who was commissioned by Innocent X in 1645 to complete the decoration of the pilasters and chapels.
saintpetersbasilica.org /Interior/Nave/Nave.htm   (1421 words)

 nave on Encyclopedia.com
NAVE [nave], in general, all that part of a church that extends from the atrium to the altar and is intended exclusively for the laity.
The nave, in the developed Gothic style, became the main body of the structure.
Internally the piers, rising the full height of the nave walls to carry the ribs of the four-part vault or sexpartite vault, divided the walls into a series of bays in which three features, ground floor arcade, triforium, and clerestory, were evident, one above another.
www.encyclopedia.com /html/n1/nave.asp   (277 words)

 Nave - OrthodoxWiki
The nave is the main part of an Orthodox church.
The nave is separated from the sanctuary by an icon screen with doors, called the iconostasis (icon stand).
Doors between the narthex and the nave are now rare, but were once a necessary part of the liturgy, and were closed at an appointed time.
orthodoxwiki.org /Nave   (249 words)

 Nave Newell, Inc. Services   (Site not responding. Last check: )
Nave Newell maintains a staff of more than 13 professionally licensed engineers, as well as several EITs and engineering technicians as part of its 60-person firm.
Nave Newell’s structural department services four main types of clients: pharmaceutical, food and beverage, semi-conductor, and refinery.
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 State Hornet - Features
Nave has been a comedian for over a decade and has traveled throughout the nation bringing laughter to each stop.
Nave finds the very idea of majors in college to be amusing.
Nave attended San Jose State for the first two years of his seven-year college career before transferring to Humboldt State.
www.csus.edu /hornet/archive/fall99/issue08/features03.html   (336 words)

 License Agreement for Nave's Topical Index   (Site not responding. Last check: )
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No other warranties of any kind, express or implied, are made to you as to the Nave's Index or any medium it may be on, including but not limited to the fitness for a particular purpose.
This provision applies to every distribution of the Nave's Index by you, whether or not for profit, and whether or not under or referencing the Author's name.
www.htmlbible.com /kjv30/nave/license.htm   (435 words)

 Church Architecture Glossary
When a house was converted to a church, the water source at the entrance became the baptistery, the atrium became the nave, the dining room became the chancel, the chopping block became the altar, the bishop sat in the father’s seat, and the priests sat on either side.
The nave was a rectangle with the chancel on the long side, so that despite the size of the nave, no one sat more than eleven pews back from the chancel.
In Orthodox churches, the chancel and the nave are separated by a thin wall that generally does not reach all the way to the ceiling.
www.kencollins.com /glossary/architecture.htm   (3172 words)

 Nave's Topical Bible, A great Bible study tool
For the best results, limit your search to a single keyword, and then follow the 'Relevant Searhes' to zoom in on the topic you want to study further.
Nave's Topical Bible was originally produced by Orville J. Nave, A.M., D.D., LL.D. while serving as a Chaplin in the United States Army.
He referred to this work as "the result of fourteen years of delightful and untiring study of the Word of God." Nave's Topical Bible was originally published in the early 1900's.
bible.christiansunite.com /Naves_Topical_Bible   (148 words)

 Nave   (Site not responding. Last check: )
The pews you see were fitted in 1855-6 replacing dark oak pews said to installed in the time of Elizabeth I. Together with the pulpit the cost was £470.
All the texts in the nave are now indecipherable.
These were put there by an Order of James 1, issued in 1604, that "Godly texts from scriptures should supersede Popish ornaments and ordinances." For an idea of what these may have looked like, see the restored text on the west wall of the south aisle.
www.stmarybourne.org.uk /Nave.htm   (264 words)

 YORK MINSTER - Online Tour, the Nave   (Site not responding. Last check: )
The nave was begun in 1291 and is the widest Gothic nave in England.
The nave also contains several examples of Norman stained glass on both the north and south sides, the finest example being a panel depicting St Nicholas riding over a cheat who had stolen from a money lender.
One suggestion has it that, because it is a pivot and has a hole through its neck, it was originally used as the mechanism for raising the font cover.
www.yorkminster.org /tour1.shtml   (254 words)

 Amazon.com: Nave's Topical Bible Super Value Edition: Books: Orville J. Nave   (Site not responding. Last check: )
Nave's Topical Bible is the classic topical Bible that features 100,000 Bible passages organized under more than 20,000 topics.
Nave’s Topical Bible — An indispensable tool for topical study, this volume provides more than 100,000 Scripture references — most with the complete Bible text — arranged under more than 6,000 topical headings.
Nave's has withstood the test of time and met the needs of millions of users down through the years.
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 Topical Terminology | A dictionary style resource organized by topic matter   (Site not responding. Last check: )
The topics are Art, Cathedrals and Castles, Christian Cathedrals, Religious Architecture, Scottish Architecture and Tudor, Architecture.
The main body or central aisle of a church which may be enclosed by walls (church with a single nave), by columns or by pilasters (church with three or five naves where the central one is usually higher and wider).
The body of a church running between the aisles from the west end to the chancel or choir.
www.topicalterminology.com /dictionary/Nave   (262 words)

 ArtLex's N-Nd page
Maurice Denis (1870-1943), French painter, on discovering a fragment of a frieze by Tintoretto at the Scuola di san Rocco in 1905.
or naïve art - The style of naive painting is characterized by a careful, simplifying approach, non-scientific perspective, bright colors, and often, an enchantingly literal depiction of
- In architecture, a porch or vestibule of a church, generally colonnaded or arcaded and preceding the nave.
www.artlex.com /ArtLex/N.html   (2127 words)

"Nave" comes from the Latin "navis" which means "ship," an early symbol of the church.
In 1850, the old frame church (erected in 1819) was sold to the German Evangelical Church.
In St. Paul's, the "transepts" are somewhat artificial in that they are an extension of the side aisles separated from the nave with a 32' distance between end columns instead of a 24' distance between the nave columns.
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 nave (1) definition - Dictionary - MSN Encarta
nave (1) definition - Dictionary - MSN Encarta
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 Paul Nave for Governor - What I'll Do
Paul Nave for Governor - What I'll Do “The drive and determination I used to win a world boxing championship is exactly the same drive and determination I will use to represent the people of California.
I, Paul Nave, businessman, former World Boxing Champion, parent and past Sixth District State Assembly candidate, am declaring my candidacy as a moderate Democrat, in the recall election for Governor of California.
For it is that kind of person who will save this state from the burdensome deficit.
www.paulnave.com /campaign/what.html   (1110 words)

 Questions & Answers: Nave
I was once told that early small churches would use an upturned boat on a small structure to create a room for worship.
However, the word isn’t known in English until the naturalist John Ray included it in his book Observations Made in a Journey through Part of the Low-countries in 1673.
Before nave came into English, navis was sometimes employed instead (for example, it’s in a book by Sir Christopher Wren, dated 1669: “The Ailes, from whence arise Bows or Flying Buttresses to the Walls of the Navis”).
www.worldwidewords.org /qa/qa-nav2.htm   (253 words)

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