Most of your two upper posts only provide this arrogant assimilation logic of if you take someones temple and accommodate it to your needs it means it is yours and against such logic i can't really do or prove a thing.

Pentaz, you do not read. :)
Christians accomodated courthouses and musemus as Churches (basiclicas and Alexandrian Museum), not temples. Later they developed their own architectural styles. Basis for those styles was Greco-Roman basiclica. They did not use styles of temples. Sometimes they used pilars and pilars from ruined pagan temples. Sometimes they built Churches on places previously ruined temples. There is one example of Temple converted in Church (I wont tell you wich, research a bit).

And when I was saing that Churches were built in shape of cross I was reffering to this:



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