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Fenestella (52 bc–ad 19)
Fenestella , 52 bce–19 ce or possibly 35 bce–36 ce
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1 Small opening (cataracta or foramen) in an altar or shrine affording a view of the Relics within.
2 Niche in the south wall of a chancel containing the piscina and (sometimes) credence-table.
3 Opening for a bell in a bell-cote over a gable.
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