Plan of Early Christian basilica ("Basilica C"). The eastern part of the basilica ends in a vertical wall inside which the apse and two pastophoria are inscribed. The church was probably supported by rows of piers. Among the rubble one can see a few fragments of worked limestone that might have belonged to the chancel screen of the church; traces of a mosaic floor also survive inside the southern pastophorion.
|Subject Terms||basilicas (works by form), basilica (work by form), Byzantine art, Archaeology, Byzantine (culture and style), masonry construction (technique or process), construction, masonry, rubble, rubbles|
|Provider||AMSHistorica - University of Bologna|