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The Early Byzantine Church 2

There is a north-facing apsis in the center of the Early Byzantine Church 2, located on the eastern part of the Columned Street, and a 6.95 x 4.5 m room (pastophorion) on its east. Taking all the present data into consideration, it can be said that there must have been a similar room on the east of the apsis as well. There must have been 3 north-southerly naves and the church must come to an end with a nartex on the south. The Early Byzantine Church 2 must have been built in the Late Roman, Early Byzantine Period. 

 

The Early Byzantine Church 2

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