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Common Byzantine church-plan consisting of a large central domed square (with the dome supported on four piers or columns), four corner (domed or bar-rel-vaulted) squares, and four rectangular barrel-vaulted bays, the whole called cross-inscribed, croix inscrite, or quincunx.

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