Parclose

Par'close noun [ Old French See Perclose .] (Eccl. Arch.) A screen separating a chapel from the body of the church. [ Written also paraclose and perclose .] Hook.
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parclose

A screen separating a chapel from the body of the church. ... Alternative forms: paraclose and perclose. ... Origin: OF. See Perclose. ... Source: Websters Dictionary ... (01 Mar 1998) ...
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Parclose

• (n.) A screen separating a chapel from the body of the church.
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Parclose

In architecture, a parclose or perclose is an enclosure, such as may be used to protect a tomb, to separate a chapel from the main body of a church, to form the front of a gallery, or for other similar purposes; it is either of open-work or close.
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Parclose

screen or railing used to enclose a chantry, tomb or chapel, in a church, and for the space thus enclosed.[43]
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Parclose

screen or railing used to enclose a chantry, tomb or chapel, in a church, and for the space thus enclosed.[43]
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Parclose

A screen of stone separating chapels, especially at the east end of the aisles, from the body of the church.
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parclose

railing in church enclosing altar, chapel or tomb
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