Label incorporates twelve structures bound for adore which, along with a system of connecting hallways and chambers, are altogether cut or "slashed" out of living stone. The convention of cutting chapels out of rock, effectively verified in the past periods, is here taken to an unheard of level. The places of worship, a few of which are detached, for example, Beta Georges (Church of St. George, picture at top of page), have increasingly detailed and very much characterized façades. They incorporate engineering components roused by structures from the Assume Period. Moreover, a few, for example, Beta Mar yam, include perfect inner improvements (above), which are additionally cut out of the stone, just as divider works of art. The insides of the places of worship mix Assume components with later components of Cop to Arabic inference. In Bet Mariam, for instance, the engineering components, for example, the cut capitals and window outlines—emulate Assuming models (see underneath), though the works of art can be contrasted and those in the medieval Monastery of St. Antony at the Red Sea.