The basilican form, too, has vanished; we have now the nave and transepts of the Latin cross.
It is always probable that the basilican plan had its origin in a plan originally aisleless.
Germany is especially rich in Romanesque churches, which, like those of Belgium, are of basilican plan with flat roofs.
The basilican church of the period has been so often described that it will not be necessary to give a detailed description of it.
A smaller edifice of basilican type is generally supposed to have been a Christian church.
The plan of the ancient church has been traced; it was basilican in form, with aisles and an apse.
These two examples of the basilican style are clear and distinct.
We have already noticed that possibly the basilican arrangement might be providentially ordered with reference to this.
It was a basilican church with nave, and aisles raised two steps above it.
It is very similar in form to the early churches in Italy and other parts of the Roman Empire, and is of the basilican type.