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The Gaelic Maundeville (Author: John Maundeville)

paragraph 69

When Jerusalem was captured by the Soldan, he ordered the city-wall to be put on the north side of the church, so that the sepulchre might be inside, in the place where it was before. And thus is the church which stands about the sepulchre, all round, and open below on pillars, with a dome of lead above it, and on the west side thereof there is a fair tower for bells, and the Tabernacle is on the floor of the church (made) in manner of half a compass, (and) adorned with gold and azure and other noble colours.