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The statue is situated away from the rear wall, as there is another door leading to an inner chamber there? So...how is the statue oriented; usually? In other words, is the god facing the entrance/facing away from the inner chamber or is the left side facing the entrance, and the right side facing the inner chamber? (or vice versa?)
Second question: Is there a ratio of length:width:height of Greek and Roman temples that was standardised? I read (citation needed) that the width MUST be half the length, and the height MUST be the same as the width. Is this confirmed anywhere? Confuzed! 220.127.116.11 (talk) 09:27, 19 July 2008 (UTC)
Content split: Yup'ik definition given its own article
Material from the associated project or article page was split to Cella (Yup'ik word) on 06:47, 31 May 2012. The page history of the associated project or article page now serves as the attribution history for part of the contents of that page.
Seemed like this page is about the classical definition of "cella". Thus, the paragraph about the Yup'ik defintion of the word "cella" seemed like it ought to be in its own article. I have simply copied the paragraph that was originally in this article, so I make no claims about that paragraph's validity (only that it belonged elsewhere). — Preceding unsigned comment added by Ahnrenene (talk • contribs) 07:05, 31 May 2012 (UTC)