triconch

triconch

Having apses with semidomes on three sides of a square chamber; some churches, chapels, and tombs are built on this plan.
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The Fountain of Peirene at Corinth: A Fresh Look at the Triconch Court," AJA 104, p.
the depth of the tribunes, does not itself enter the numerological symbolism of the Duomo, although the form of the triconch is important for the Duomo iconography, as explained below.
The resulting triconch commended itself first to the monks of Vatopedi and Iviron at the time of this addition and, later, to the builders of churches throughout the Balkans.