The roof of the chancel is apsidal, externally, as well as the nave, covered with modern house tiles.
Further, the chancel at Bradford is rectangular, not apsidal.
The chamber is covered with a coating of ashlar masonry, which is shaped into an apsidal form at the end opposite to the façade.
Assuming that the choir was not apsidal but square, we get the same result.
Indeed, if it had been possible to open the apsidal chancel a little more, it would have been an improvement.
These are all apsidal, but planned in the usual way and not as at the Frari.
The apsidal chapel which opens in its eastern wall has over it a similar chapel that gives on the tribune gallery.
The wall in the monastery gardens is apsidal, the other is rectangular.
They are square as seen from the exterior, but prove to be apsidal on entering.
The southern, unlike the other apsidal chapels, has three windows.
"semicircular extension at the end of a church," 1846, from Latin apsis "an arch, a vault," from Greek hapsis (Ionic apsis) "loop, arch," originally "a fastening, felloe of a wheel," from haptein "fasten together," of unknown origin. The original sense in Greek seems to have been the joining of the arcs to form a circle, especially in making a wheel. The architectural term is earlier attested in English in the Latin form (1706).