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Last edited 27 Jan 2021
In architecture, the slype (or slip) is a narrow covered passageway found in a medieval church, monastery or cathedral. The slype is frequently adjacent to the cloisters and is often situated between the transept or nave. It leads to the chapter house or deanery of the church.
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