crypt, grypt, nghrypt, claddgell, gladdgell, claddgellau, cryptau, chladdgell, chladdgellau, chrypt, chryptau, gladdgellau, gryptau, nghladdgell, nghladdgellau, nghryptau
Noun(1) a cellar or vault or underground burial chamber (especially beneath a church
(1) They were in what seemed to be an underground crypt .(2) The ancient cathedral that is an epitome of love also has an underground crypt and a small museum for the visitors.(3) The route threads through and terminates in the crypt of the Lutheran church where the cultural centre was originally housed.(4) At the inauguration of the column, the bodies of the martyrs of the revolution were transferred to a crypt beneath the statue.(5) The upper chamber houses their decorative graves amidst profusely inscribed gilted walls while their actual tombs are in a crypt below.(6) Endoscopic biopsy of the distal duodenum is still the gold standard for diagnosis, showing marked changes in the intestinal mucosa with loss of villi and crypt hyperplasia.(7) There was no atypical gland or crypt abscess in the mucosa.(8) He was buried in St Gregory's vault in the crypt of St Paul's.(9) The tomb of King Wladyslaw the Short is the oldest in the cathedral crypt .(10) The following March she was dead, after catching a chill, and buried in the church crypt .(11) In the catacombs of the Capuchin crypt beneath Chiesa di Santa Maria della Concezione, Rome, the bones of 4000 monks are arranged in Baroque patterns on the ceilings.(12) Many students were memorised by the history associated with the ancient crypt of the cathedral.(13) An anatomist was given access to his tomb by the Vatican half a century ago when repairs were being carried out to the crypt in the church at Bari, southern Italy, where his remains are kept.(14) It is thought possible that the bones could have been buried beneath an old crypt under the original chapel or that they could have been moved from a nearby burial site.(15) Around three times as many people are now taking guided tours, and visiting the undercroft, treasury and crypt .(16) It has also been suggested that the Romanesque crypt of the Chapel of Notre-Dame du Dromon may originally have been the mausoleum of Dardanus and his wife, Nevia Galla.
1. tomb ::
2. vault ::
3. mausoleum ::
4. burial chamber ::
6. catacomb ::
7. ossuary ::
8. undercroft ::
Different Formscrypt, crypts, encrypt, encrypted, encrypting, encrypts
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