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Lacobriga, in Spain.
Paros, somewhere in Pisidia.
Paternum, in Cappadocia Secunda,
perhaps the same as Parnassus.
Pharnacea, in Pontus or Cilicia.
Phuphena, in Isauria or Armenia
Placia, in Galatia or Bithynia.
Platanus, in Syria or Phænicia.
Rapta, in Africa Proconsularis.
Rocus, quite doubtful.
niana in Illyricum Occidentale. Sellæ, the same.
Sestus, or Sestos, in Hellespontus.
Stephane, in Phocis or Galatia.
Tiella, or Zella, in Byzacena.
Zena, perhaps the same as Zenopolis
Zichna, in Macedonia.
Zoropassus, in Cilicia or Isauria.
The third volume of the Author's own edition, which volume first
(See VIII. iü. 2 et seqq. Vol. 3. pp. 52 se99.)
1. Propylæum or Vestibulum Magnum, the great Porch or first Entrance
into the drea before the Church .
Narthat of the Church and Place of Mourners.
The Northern and Southem Gates. 14 8. The Cloisters on the North and South side the Church : 9. The Ferula or Interior Narther where the Catechumens and Hearers
Stood with Jews and Gentiles.
behind the Ambo. 1. The Ambo or Reading Desk. 2. The Ascent on both sides the Ambo. 3. The Inner Porticoes or Cloisters for Men below. #. The Catechumenia or Hyparoa , Upper Galleries for Women, above
the Porticoes of the Men, upon Pillars. 5. Cancelli Bematis, the Rails of the Chance. b. The Bema or Chancel. 5. The Altar or Corrmunion Table. B. The Júgros or Ciborium , the arched Canopy built mund the Altar. b. The Bishop's Throne with the
second Thrones of Presbyters in a Semicinde about the Altar.
or Greeting House.
Libraries, de., on each side the Church.