(1) The pot was thrown on a disc or small platform fixed to the centre or nave of the wheel.(2) The chancel and nave of the church date back to the 12th century, but it is also believed a Saxon church once stood there before and a Roman building before this.(3) Just as daylight plays a central role in the nave , so does sound.(4) There was also a nave with aisles and galleries and a particularly fine church organ.(5) Jenkins, too, seems to spend so much time in the nave of the church that he is often oblivious to what is happening in the apse.(6) Back then it was known as St. Mary's, and consisted of no more than a simple rectangular nave and chancel.(7) As one enters the nave of the church there is a paving stone in which you can see the imprint of a foot.(8) The plan of the church is essentially traditional with nave , altar, side chapel and confessional booths.(9) Internally, the building is divided into a nave , transepts and side aisles composed of ornamental cast-iron columns and girders.(10) In a gothic cathedral, the nave is flanked by aisles which run parallel to it.(11) In the nave of the church, over the spot where St. Peter is buried, Bernini's High Altar soars to a height of 29 metres.(12) A temporary roof and ceiling were added to the nave and the chancel and much of the furniture and fittings of the old Cathedral were used to maintain links with the past.(13) Built in 1923, the building featured a square nave with two small blocks to the east and west.(14) The nave of the church still stood and displayed amazingly beautiful carvings of animals and humans, though all had been worn down by the ravages of time and weather.(15) The aisles and nave of the church are connected by arches which are held up by 18 imposing stone pillars made from well chiselled limestone.(16) The church is later English; and consists of nave , aisles, and chancel, with porch and tower.