bell-cote or bell-gable. Small gable, usually set over the west wall of a church or over the east wall of the nave immediately above the chancel-arch, containing a bell or bells suspended within arched openings. Over the chancel-arch a bell-cote is called a Sancte-cote, as it carries the Sanctus bell.
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